He has many reasons to display optimism Luca Zaia, president of the Veneto Region. Starting from the record achieved by his region in the tourism sector up to the full trust towards Giancarlo Giorgetti and the entire government. Capable, according to him, of dealing with "this epochal crisis in the right way". “Prime Minister Meloni – explains the governor to the “Giornale” – she is forced to deal with two wars, which mark the international scenario, and with an economic crisis caused by Russia. Unprecedented situation. At a time when rates have risen, with a real risk of recession to boot. Everyone is good at being in the stands to judge football matches. There is a government in the field today that wants to protect families from this epochal crisis."
The opposition remains critical. He says that the measure does not do enough for families: “I won't go into the technicalities of the measure, but it is clear that this government is committed to having families as a constant point of reference. And he is committed to doing the same for society more generally. With over 11 percent of families below the poverty line. We must do more and more for those in need, for the disabled. How many times have we complained about the fact that an income earner received 800 euros a month in exchange for the carer's allowance for a disabled person which never exceeded 250 euros?”. As a member of the Northern League, perhaps he prefers to complete autonomy first: “I make no distinctions – replies the president in this regard – Both are important. However, if there was no need to continue the battle for differentiated autonomy, I would fight for the premiership because with direct election the prime minister has a more solid mandate and greater authority at an international level", concluded Zaia.