Voice Of Europe
September 19, 2019
Over the weekend, while addressing a crowd of 80,000 of his loyal supporters, Matteo Salvini promised to initiate a referendum that would block the new leftist coalition from keeping Italy’s ports open to migrant ferries shuttling in thousands of third world migrants.
Salvini’s plan was revealed to a massive crowd of around 80,000 people in Pontida on Sunday, while the former interior minister accused his former coalition partners the Five Star Movement (M5S) of committing treason, RTS reports.
“We will challenge these traitors who are entrenched in their offices,” the League senator said as the enormous crowd cheered.
“In a few months, there will be a government of the people,” Salvini added, saying that he and his League party were prepared to initiate a referendum of Italy’s electoral laws.
A referendum looking to reform Italy’s electoral laws could become a massive headache for the new globalist coalition. Per Italian law, a referendum must be held if at least 500,000 signatures are acquired from Italy’s citizenry.
This article was posted: Thursday, September 19, 2019 at 6:03 am