) "Let's break a government experience. For God's sake, there's no magnifying anything here, no exaggerating the tone. But honestly to have a government crisis produced in these terms in Europe and the world nobody understood anything. The government had a confidence and the prime minister resigns. Clearly we look like mentally disturbed people, that's the truth."

(LaPresse) “Let’s break a government experience. For God’s sake, there’s no magnifying anything here, no exaggerating the tone. But honestly to have a government crisis produced in these terms in Europe and the world nobody understood anything. The government had a confidence and the prime minister resigns. Clearly we look like mentally disturbed people, that’s the truth. We have important deadlines, which concern the PNRR, which concern Health, but we need a government that exists.” This is

how Vincenzo De Luca, president of the Campania Region, commented on the government crisis on the sidelines of the handover ceremony of the Platanus Atrium and the Catasti Hall of the Ss Severino and Sossio complex in Naples.

In Italy the government is again in a political crisis after a disagreement over an incinerator

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