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April 28, 2020 "Venetians are good people and they have shown it flawlessly, but if there is a need to give answers to citizens we cannot turn away. We have made these ordinances and I do not exclude new ones because we have requests coming. " This was stated by the governor of Veneto Luca Zaia speaking during the usual press point from the headquarters of the Civil Protection of Marghera (Venice).

"I signed the orders and I will not revoke them, if someone is convinced that they are illegitimate that you are challenging them, but if they think that we revoke them, they have the wrong address - he continued - today we have indicators that say that in Veneto we can widen the shirts".

Our ordinances are the same as in other regions
"The things we do as ordinances are the same that regions of the same political color as the government are doing," said Zaia. "Why do we have to become lightning rods - he asks - who only wants to have visibility?".  

The Venetians are not irresponsible
"I cannot accept that it is said that the Venetians are irresponsible, they are good people". It is the reply of the governor Luca Zaia in relation to the criticisms related to the openings granted by his ordinance.

"Treccani does not need standards, we are at the mercy of waves"
"We do not need a" Treccani "of standards. Everything is messing up today. We are at the mercy of waves and the concrete proof is hairdressers and beauty treatments. I challenge you: nobody has understood what will happen. In the Dpcm I have not yet understood what should happen for example for leaving home and for parks. I hope that the night will bring good advice to this government, "said the governor of Veneto, Luca Zaia, speaking in course of the usual press point.

The government can appeal my order, but also look at the other
"I am sorry that Minister Boccia said these things because he is a member of the government, and by the way he is responsible for relations with the Regions, I remember that all that the government has decided it has been agreed with the Regions, since there was an agreement. I am convinced that what I have decided with my ordinance does not endanger the safety and health of citizens if the government that has the obligation of he is convinced of the contrary, he has the obligation to challenge it. But then he must challenge the ordinances not only of Veneto but of all the other Regions: Tuscany, Emilia Romagna, Marche, Lazio, Piedmont, Liguria ". So the president of Veneto, Luca Zaia replied to the words of Minister Boccia to his ordinance yesterday 'Who makes a mistake pays'.