According to the leader of the democratic party Enrico Letta, the comeback is still possible. For the Nazarene the “remuntada” is at hand. And this the secretary dem does not tire of repeating it every morning in the briefings with the candidates: he knows very well that an unsatisfactory result would cost him his seat (someone even begins to fear a result of less than 20%). And when the governor of Emilia Romagna Stefano Bonaccini publicly says that he would like “a great democratic party in a great coalition” he is in fact formalizing his descent into the field for the post-elections. “Certain things he could have said to her after the vote and not before,” the Nazarene noted. But so be it.
Now Letta’s strategy is aimed at recovering those colleges in the balance that would make it possible to stop the advance of the right. There are 60, a total of votes ranging from 4 thousand to 10 thousand. A very wide scissor that does not allow smudging. For this Enrico Letta asks the party to remain compact and focused on the final objective. A non-trivial appeal, given that in recent days and with increasing frequency there have been statements and interviews with members of the Democratic Party on the post-elections, with particular attention to the future of the secretary. That of Stefano Bonaccini, president of Emilia Romagna given as a certain candidate to lead the Democratic Party, is only the latest in a series of releases that have caused a certain annoyance in the dem headquarters: “Nine days after the vote, the last thing what we need is to talk about us ”, it is pointed out. “With the country bent by expensive bills, a war in the heart of Europe and the right-wingers looking to Orban ready to enter Palazzo Chigi, we cannot stand and watch our navel”, he added. In short, the elections have not yet finished but new matches are already opening in the Democratic Party.