“United we win”. Roberto GulericMayor’s candidate for the centre-left coalition focuses his entire speech on unity. Of that “people” of the center left who, it is said, will take him to the seat of the mayor of the capital “to revive Rome”.
Beside him for the last rally, organized in via Loreto in the San Basilio district, Beatrice Lorenzin and Nicola Zingaretti. It’s just one of them fifteen squares organized by the center left for a widespread shutdown that Gualtieri says is “the picture of what we want for Rome”. Three hundred people for each square, the staff said. Just under 5,000 people in town to support Gualtieri and the city hall presidents.
Harsh words from the governor of Lazio to the outgoing government, led by Virginia Raggic: “There are no unsolvable problems, only those who cannot handle it”.
“I feel a wind of confidence – says Gualtieri at the end of his speech from the podium -. We are raising the bar and aiming to finish first, to be already strong in the mood. I know that the right is strong , but it is not a temple of nationalists and populists, Rome and Italy cannot go back”.