Vatican scandals, the democratic primary elections, the beauties of New Zealand and the slow growth of the european left The...
Vatican scandals, the democratic primary elections, the beauties of New Zealand and the slow growth of the european left
The week of Giornalettismo begins with an overview by Alessandro D’Amato about the latest scandal in which the Ior is involved: somebody recently trotted out the former vatican Secretary of State, Angelo Sodano.
Afer Pisapia‘s victory in the primary elections for the democratic candidate in Milan and the following resignation of the local party leaders, Tommaso Caldarelli interviews the regional councillor Giuseppe Civati. In the meantime, we discover why the elections result marks the lowest point ever reached by the democrats in their long crisis in Lombardy.
Fifteen million euros are coming from the Province of Naples for the construction of a school in Sant’Antimo, the home town of president Luigi Cesaro. More than were given to Naples for the renovations of 70 buildings.
According to a judge in Teramo, Banca Mediolanum applied an “oppressive clause” to many of its former promoters. And the sentence could cost it a very high compensation.
After Sweden and Finland, here is another country where many would migrate quite happily: New Zealand. Viola Afrifa shows us all the advantages (but also the shortcomings) of one of the most peaceful places on earth.
Donato De Sena shows us what would happen if we voted today: the left, though in recovering, would lose about a quarter of its representatives. And the winners would be Sel and Lega Nord.
Bike sharing, public transport, every kind of deterrent, nothing seems to succeed in solving the traffic problem of Rome. Gianluca Valenti has an idea, and it is a bit different from the usual.
Luca Antonini, president of the Technical Commission for the Fiscal Federalism, gets a little confused with his numbers. Carlo Cipiciani tries to put things in order.
Meanwhile, Andrea Mollica shows us that the social-democratic parties are slowly growing back in all Europe after the late years of crisis and hard defeats.
The Minister of Youth, Giorgia Meloni, is quite shocked by the excessive attention given by newspapers and tv to Gianna Nannini‘s “mediatic pregnancy”. A very respectable opinion, but one that should have been expressed a while ago, when something really similar was done by her colleague, Mariastella Gelmini.