Livio Gigliuto, Vice President at Istituto Piepoli, guest of Andrea Pennacchioli's Talk show. The TV program, broadcast on La7, explores the issues of Italian political affairs.
Is the parenthesis of the justicialist populism that has characterized so much and given life to new movements and parties over? Andrea Pennacchioli talks about it with Sofia Ventura, Politologist at the University of Bologna; Carlo Puga, Journalist; Domenico De Masi, Sociologist; Livio Gigliuto, Vice President at Istituto Piepoli and Nicola Bonaccini, Expert in Media Trading and Public Speaking.
The iItalian parties are a little less populist also because of the pandemic, says Livio Gigliuto who, through Istituto Piepoli’s Observatory, notes how much the political offer is sinking but not the demand. That kind of demand is still strong in the electorate. Gigliuto believes that we will return to moments of biting confrontation again.
Livio Gigliuto shows what is the trend of parties at the moment and talks about what is happening in the 5 Star Movement, which gained 2 percentage points; analyzes the internal competition of the center-right (with the figure of Silvio Berlusconi and that of Giorgia Meloni, whose trust among the voters continues to increase and the future of Mario Draghi, who has a consensus that is growing again thanks to the half million vaccinated in one day, in late April.