"There are parties that yesterday made choices of pure power, which have nothing to do with their history, and these choices will pay for them with the voters because voters look at what the country needs," Letta said, repeating the concept nine times.

(LaPresse) As Italy’s political crisis worsens, Enrico Letta’s harsh “J’accuse” opening the DEM Secretariat against the parties that scuttled the Draghi government. “There are parties that yesterday made choices of pure power, which have nothing to do with their history, and these choices will pay for them with the voters because voters look at what the country needs,” Letta said, repeating the concept nine times.

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