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Italy: 'Do you want peace or air conditioning?' - Conte addresses supporters in Rome as campaign ends٠٠:٠٣:٣٨

Italy: 'Do you want peace or air conditioning?' - Conte addresses supporters in Rome as campaign ends

Italy, Rome
سبتمبر ٢٤, ٢٠٢٢ at ٠٥:٢٥ GMT +00:00 · Published

Former Italian Prime Minister and President of the Five Star Movement Giuseppe Conte participated in a rally in Rome on Friday as general election campaign ends.

"A choice was offered. An alternative. Do you want peace or air conditioning? This is happening. We are seeing it. Peace has disappeared from the radar. But unfortunately, we all had to turn off the air conditioning and we don't know if we will be able to turn on the heating with these expensive bills. This alternative is not working." Conte said addressing his supporters.

Five Stars Movement could reportedly be the third political force in the Italian parliament after Sunday's elections.

"We are looking for a different path that is a path of sustainability, of sharing, of participating and of inclusion. It is necessary to be united. The country needs unity, inclusion and leaving no one behind," one of the rally participants said.

According to media reports, Italians, however, are in despair over whether the general elections will produce solutions to the global and local problems.

Italy: 'Do you want peace or air conditioning?' - Conte addresses supporters in Rome as campaign ends٠٠:٠٣:٣٨
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Former Italian Prime Minister and President of the Five Star Movement Giuseppe Conte participated in a rally in Rome on Friday as general election campaign ends.

"A choice was offered. An alternative. Do you want peace or air conditioning? This is happening. We are seeing it. Peace has disappeared from the radar. But unfortunately, we all had to turn off the air conditioning and we don't know if we will be able to turn on the heating with these expensive bills. This alternative is not working." Conte said addressing his supporters.

Five Stars Movement could reportedly be the third political force in the Italian parliament after Sunday's elections.

"We are looking for a different path that is a path of sustainability, of sharing, of participating and of inclusion. It is necessary to be united. The country needs unity, inclusion and leaving no one behind," one of the rally participants said.

According to media reports, Italians, however, are in despair over whether the general elections will produce solutions to the global and local problems.