ROME, 07 FEB – A “serious” message, a “trigger-happy right”. And again: “a clamor of weapons” or “here are the priorities for Meloni’s school” up to those who wonder “when are the Saturday rallies”. The background that he attributes to the Undersecretary of the Presidency, Giovanbattista Fazzolari – while clearly denied by the person concerned – nonetheless ignites the political controversy with the oppositions who sound the alarm of those who (like the treasurer of +Europe, Alfonso Maria Gallo) see in the idea to introduce target shooting as a school sport “to teach our youngsters to be skilled gunslingers. Not engineers, not doctors, not Latin scholars, historians or scientists: gunslingers”. “With all due respect to the sporting discipline of target shooting – also asks the group leader of the dem in the Senate Simona Malpezzi -, is the priority of the right for education really teaching children to use guns? Valditara clarify”. “Have you mistaken the country’s government for a Fuan assembly?”, the deputy secretary of the Pd Peppe Provenzano intervenes with a tweet, announcing a parliamentary question on the subject. And these are just some of the reactions that the oppositions have against Fazzolari who, for his part, denies and announces lawsuits against the article that attributes this will to him: “The article that appeared today in the newspaper La Stampa in which it is claimed that I would teaching shooting in schools’ is ridiculous and unfounded. The chat between me and General Federici, President Meloni’s military adviser, which the journalist of La Stampa believes he has snatched away as a scoop, was about a completely different thing”, he specifies, announcing lawsuits. The rejoinder of the director of the Press, Massimo Giannini, was also immediate, speaking of a “reckless contempt of ridicule” accusing the undersecretary of literally ‘shooting’ the ball into the stands, to deny what cannot be denied”. (HANDLE).