A country that falls through the wall of 40 percent youth unemployment, which is fined by the EU for the lack of investment in drinking water purification, should have a political class committed to explaining to the citizens the causes of these failures, so they can understand how to solve them.
All the way around, the political class is focused only in its own survival, the survival of a political class minced by infighting on each side, both government and opposition.
Generations are left in the circle of subsistence. Families are about to receive new increases in water bills (after the increases of electricity and gas, while there are rumors of further cuts in public spending) while in that separate world, the politicians hold forth the election date, the motivations of the election, the majority premium and the blocked list leaders. Above all, marking a stellar distance between what is happening in the psycho Trump’s America and the issues of our coast hugging party government system.
The show that the chaos in the Democratic Party (and the deployment of the deceased center-left) is offering to the fans of the genre is remarkable, as much as the reaction of hostility that such a political landscape can legitimately raise in our society, affected by such a progressive and pervasive setback.
We are witnessing a meltdown of the party that holds the government, in a head-on collision among the first men of the political class that originates precisely in the massive popular protest, as occurred with the deadly beat of the referendum. Renzi was overwhelmed and his mad craving for revenge leads him to the bet on final disintegration.