Maneuver, skip the CDM. Di Maio: “We must unite the country, not divide it. We will find solution with Pd "
The Five Star Movement and the Democratic Party do not find agreement on the maneuver, in particular on Quota 100: "I believe that, regardless of the different opinions on some issues, a meeting point can always be found. Therefore I invite everyone to talk serenely, with the need to give immediate answers to the citizens ", says Di Maio.
The Council of Ministers (CDM), which should have given the green light to the economic maneuver, has been postponed: there is no agreement between the Five Star Movement and the Democratic Party. "This must be a maneuver that unites, not divides. A maneuver that aims at growth and the creation of new jobs. We have already achieved several objectives such as the first step towards the single check for families and the abolition of super ticket, demonstrating that with dialogue and a sense of responsibility this is a government that must be sent. I believe that, regardless of the different opinions on some issues, you can always find a meeting point. Therefore I invite everyone to talk serenely, with the need to give immediate answers to citizens ": this was stated by the pentastellato leader and foreign minister, Luigi Di Maio.
There are still many knots to untie, first of all the agreement on the fate of Quota 100. "" In this context it is clear that the executive could never support an increase in taxes and least of all another blow to pensioners with the Quota 100 repeal. It is not even conceivable to put retirees against workers, arguing that exodus should be created to reduce the tax wedge. We have a responsibility to unite the country and not to divide it. From these principles, I am sure that we will find a framework with the Democratic Party ", continued Di Maio.
Today Matteo Renzi, had asked for the elimination of the League's workhorse, which the first government of Giuseppe Conte had signed: & nbsp; "Quota 100 is meant only for those who already have rights", the ex had written in his latest enews Prime Minister. "Removing this measure to allocate money to families and workers' salaries would be right and very useful. Via Quota 100, more resources for children and wages." The Five Star leader had previously replied from Luxembourg, where he was for the European Union's Foreign Affairs Council, stating: "The Five Star Movement will never vote on a budget law that eliminates Quota 100 because it would create new exodus after those provoked by the Fornero reform ". The minister had also specified that Parliament does not have the numbers, in terms of votes, to abolish the provision of the Carroccio.