Letta warns: “Berlusconi for the Quirinale? You enter a dead end”

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Enrico Letta at the press conference comments on the results of the ballots in Rome and in other Italian municipalities during the News Roberto Gualtieri is the new mayor of the Capital on October 18, 2021 at the Rome in Rome, Italy (Photo by Gloria Imbrogno/LiveMedia/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

“In this Parliament no one has a majority, we must find an agreement on an institutional president, super partes and on the continuation of the legislature to deal with Covid, Pnrr and the dramatic energy cost that impacts on bills. The center-right is wrong because it is clear that Berlusconi’s candidacy is a dead end: let’s look for this name, let’s look for it together ”. The secretary of the Democratic Party, Enrico Letta, said this on Tg3.

Draghi at the Quirinale? “It is not the time to name the names, we will have to decide the name with our allies and the center-right. Today we say that Draghi plays a fundamental role for the country and must be protected ”, he added. And the hypothesis of the Mattarella bis? “This is not the time to talk about names, first we need an agreement between the political forces for a legislative pact, then we will give the names”, replies Letta.

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