Livio Gigliuto, Vice President at Istituto Piepoli, speaks with Domenico Bonaventura about Mario Draghi's effect on Italian politics.
On Mario Draghi almost everyone agrees. Net of vetoes more or less crossed between parties, from Leu to Lega was a “gentleman” to the call of Mattarella.
Fratelli d’Italia continues to keep itself out of the now famous “majority perimeter” the Prime Minister in charge supports. And that’s the point. The Center Right, who –wanting to paraphrase a gag of Checco Zalone a few years ago–, is now dancing a pizzica that no one knows where it will lead.