It was an unexpected intervention that of the President of the Campania Region, Vincenzo De Luca, to “The air that pulls.” During the transmission conducted by David Porec in fact, De Luca first expressed an opinion on Andrea Giambrunoand then he extends his hand to the prime minister: “I am in solidarity with Giorgia Meloni”.
Vincenzo De Luca’s speech
During the episode broadcast today – Thursday, October 26 – of “L’aria che tira”, the television program Broadcast by La7 and hosted by David ParenzoVincenzo De Luca, president of the Campania region, was present as an associate guest.
During the broadcast, the latest book or essay published by De Luca was presented, titled “Despite the Democratic Party.” At the end of the episode, however, David Parenzo wanted to ask the President one last question, about one of the most talked about topics in recent days.
“The last question refers to the fact that everyone has been confronted, and not just the tabloids,” Parenzo said, referring to to the recent breakup between Andrea Giambruno and Giorgia Meloni.
De Luca’s comment on the Meloni – Giambruno affair
“This issue It just causes me great sadness.“said the president of the Campania region, who then surprised the presenter David Parenzo, expressing his closeness to the prime minister.
“I express what is mine human solidarity with Giorgia Meloniand I don’t want to add anything else,” commented De Luca laconically, who, although he expressed his desire not to comment further on the specific case of the breakup between the Prime Minister and her ex-partner, did want to add one more thing.
In fact, speaking of Giorgia Meloni, Vincendo De Luca defined her as “a woman committed to important and exhausting political work”, he then added, addressing his interlocutor Parenzo: “I will tell you something that you may not expect.”
De Luca’s solidarity with Giorgia Meloni
“A woman involved in politics finds it difficult find solidarity and attention from men “It is necessary,” said Vincenzo De Luca, in front of David Parenzo who was even surprised by the demonstration of solidarity expressed by the president of the Campania region towards the prime minister, regarding the breakup with his ex-partner.
“When men get involved in politics – continues De Luca – we always demand solidaritythe attention, the closeness of women, who give it to us most of the time.”
“The truth is that men we’re still a little miserable”, admitting, in her opinion, that representatives of the male gender are not always able to understand the fatigue and stress “that a woman involved in politics has.” A show of solidarity that is sometimes unexpected but which, as De Luca himself specified, has nothing to do with the assessments made “with respect to government activity”, also clarifying, ultimately, that “Giambruno is not Monica Bellucci” . , we have many of those problems on the face of the earth. “I just hope that, with all due respect to Giambruno, the world doesn’t sink into the Middle East and Ukraine.”