The Pd in Milan, the crisis in Ireland and Spain, and Berlusconi’s usual lies The week of Giornalettismo starts with...
The Pd in Milan, the crisis in Ireland and Spain, and Berlusconi’s usual lies
The week of Giornalettismo starts with the situation of the Pd in Milan, basically defeated in his own primary elections: the resignation of the Lombard party leadership turned up to be more of a pretence than an assumption of responsibility.
Guest of Lucia Annunziata, minister Maroni says that Marcello Dell’Utri will have to go to jail in case of a conviction. Tommaso Caldarelli explains why it’s not that simple.
Despite the help promised by the European Union and the reassurances from Dublin, the Irish finantial situation seems to be more serious than ever. Pietro Salvato shows us the risks for all the European economies.
The worst consequences of the garbage crisis in Naples, as always, are payed by the weakest: the kids have to literally push their way through the rubbish in order to get to school.
Donato De Sena keeps us updated about the always imminent government crisis: now that it seems to be unavoidable, it’s Silvio Berlusconi who tries to get it faster.
It seems like yesterday when the Spanish economic model was an example for all the rest. Now Spain is in a quite difficult situation, and a possible default would have disastrous consequences for all Europe.
The 14 of December is coming near, but Silvio Berlusconi is not afraid: a deal with ten members of parliament, who are not going to vote, should grant him the vote of confidence.
“In little time we realized the five commitments on which the government asked a vote of confidence in autumn”, said Silvio Berlusconi in a press conference some days ago. Tommaso Caldarelli tries to show us that it’s not exactly true.
Pietro Salvato brings us in Peru, to have a closer look at the new and profitable criminal activity of the country: the printing and selling of fake hard currency.
After removing all the anti-tax evasion measures created by the Prodi government, now the executive is forced to put them back.