Giorgia Meloni has been campaigning in Rome for eleven weeks to assert supposedly national interests. Your nostalgic government policy is denying the country what it urgently needs: modernity and more Europe.
A year ago, the world was amazed at Italy’s comeback. The British economist had just named the Mediterranean debt republic “Country of the Year 2021”. Under the leadership of Mario Draghi, he managed to change more than anyone else, praised the business magazine. From a permanent trouble spot to Europe’s driving force – the rise gave the Italians courage. Then in July Draghi’s government fell and took over 12 weeks ago Giorgia Meloni as the first woman and as the first representative of the radical right, government affairs.