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The most influential minister in the government chaired by Mario Draghi? IS Renato Brunetta. He is sure of it Luigi Bisignani, who granted an all-out interview to Alberto Maggi for affaritaliani.it. The former fixer defined the force man as the only one who “a real and strong relationship with the premier e with the Minister of Economy. On the other hand Daniele Franco was a student of Brunetta ”. “I don’t want to seem biased – added Bisignani – but the Forza Italia delegation in government is clearly the best”.

In his opinion, also Mariastella Gelmini and Mara Carfagna “are assuming good positions”. Then the judgment on the ministers belonging to the Lega by Matteo Salvini: “Garavaglia has not yet arrived while Giorgetti, also the fault of a very complicated department, is disappointing a bit ‘expectations. While they are building an altar around Marta Cartabia, it is enough to see how they film her on television as she walks. Many are pushing it towards the Quirinale ”.

For the succession of Sergio Mattarella the game has yet to open, but it already appears full of uncertainties: “Let’s say that the Cartabia moves as Head of State, then if it gets there we’ll see. As if that is the case, Draghi will certainly remain prime minister. Even because if Draghi became president of the Republic, the pro-tempore prime minister would be the most senior minister, namely Brunetta“. However, a criticism from Bisignani came to the PNRR, which disappointed him: “It could have been done much better and it had to be more concrete. Colao and Cingolani will also be two good gurus, but in the ministries they are as if they were in the cinema ”.

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