Meloni rejects reshuffle, aims for duration record and calls for reform of premiership

During a public interview with the newspaper La Verità in Milan, Giorgia Meloni denied any plans for a government reshuffle. She expressed her commitment to maintaining the current government for a full five-year term, which she believes has never happened in Italy’s history. Meloni emphasized the importance of addressing various issues and prioritizing reforms.

In her speech at the “Il giorno de La Verità” event in Milan, Meloni discussed the need for reform of the premiership, calling it the “mother of all reforms.” She hoped to create convergences on this issue and suggested that if necessary, a referendum may be considered. The Prime Minister also discussed the need for justice reform and announced its upcoming discussion in the Council of Ministers.

Amid concerns about potential divisions within the majority due to speculations and jokes about potential divisions, Meloni reassured that there were no significant tensions within the majority. She saw nuances within the center-right as a positive aspect and believed in their unity and efficiency.

The content of her interview included information about office spaces, commercial properties, and travel tips for South Korea. The mix of topics provided a diversified perspective on various aspects of life and business.

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