Rome, October 15 (askanews) – "In the next 24-36 hours we will make a decision" even if "the path is very narrow". This was stated by the Minister of South Barbara Lezzi at the end of the meeting on the faucet in Palazzo Chigi.
According to Lezzi, "a non-strategic work chosen by another government and facilitated by another government, we now have this cost analysis from the ministries, which can not pay the land and we can not accept it. not to be ashamed of us and we did not have a set of data that we will disclose publicly ".
The minister denies, however, that it is a defeat for the Gialloverde Executive: "Absolutely not", he said to add: "I have experienced as a defeat the 2013 treaty" and "we have our hands bound" for the "costs too high that we should pay the land "to stop the work. A burden that & # 39; for responsibility we can not afford & # 39; concluded.
Meanwhile, the mayor of Melendugno marco Potì remarked at the end of the meeting: "We have asked the government for a political climate that is hostile to Tap, not as favorable as that of Letta, Renzi and Gentiloni: one thing is to say & # 39; free den all, & # 39; other it says & # 39; we do watchdogs & # 39; "Tonight – he added – there is no permission for the work someone was waiting for, we asked for a suspension of work, there will be tight deadlines, and from a political point of view there is still the opposition from the government against this work ".