“Criticism and insults”. The live broadcast from Palazzo Chigi di Giuseppe Conte to illustrate to the Italians the Dpcm its Christmas e New Year turns into a dramatic boomerang for the premier. “Speaks Conte, 90% of the comments on his page are criticisms and insults. The Italians have understood that this is a Pinocchio“, he jokes Matteo Salvini, leader of the League. Many viewers have actually interpreted the Prime Minister’s press conference as the best opportunity for a sort of personal “settling of scores”, a window to throw up on the premier the frustrations of months of lockdown and limitations, with the specter of very sad parties in solitude. And if Conte talks about the risk of third wave of coronavirus to avoid, for now the only wave is that of criticism on his person and on the government he leads.
A few examples, taken from the Facebook page on which the speech was broadcast live. “It will be interesting to read the history books that will be written in five years, when the responsibilities of this ignoble political class will be clear”. Or again: “You are dragging millions of families into the abyss, in a chasm much worse than Covid. “There are those who say they are betrayed:” I have no words, he has lost all mine indeed our trust“. And who takes advantage of it for a sacrosanct claim:”24 thousand doctors are awaiting a postgraduate assignment. In the midst of the pandemic, it is not permissible to remain stuck in this limbo for over 2 months. “And those who prefer the path of teasing:” President, on Christmas Eve dinner live on Facebook, I want to certify that it is frugal and without excess. The same goes for his ministers. “In short, patience is over and no one will let the premier find it under the Christmas tree.
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