Italy.- The far-right Brothers of Italy (FdI), the party led by Giorgia Meloni, intend to change some aspects of the Italian Constitution, such as revising the principle of primacy of European Union (EU) law over national law and introducing presidentialism, according to his spokesman in the Chamber of Deputies, Francesco Lollobrigida.
“No one wants to disrupt the Constitution, we do not intend to touch the founding values contained in the first part,” says one of the strong men of the party and who sounds to occupy a ministry in the new Government in an interview published today by the newspaper “La Repubblica ».
Lollobrigida explains that they have not been the first to request that some regulations of the Magna Carta, from 1947, be revised, which is “beautiful, but it is 70 years old”, mentioning that former Prime Minister Matteo Renzi already did it on the elimination of the Senate, rejected in a referendum.
“We believe that a revision is necessary. Starting with presidentialism”, he points out, recalling that the introduction of the election by the Italians of the President of the Republic has been one of the battle horses of the Meloni party’s electoral campaign.
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