Sinking deeper and deeper...
Thank you so much Pete.
Thanks a lot Julio and Rodrigo. Thx again NWMO.
Thanks for the clarification. If the system is not being changed or messed with, then I suppose it's the will of the people, and that goes one side or another depending on results... We'll see.
And at the moment it's also really difficult to understand what are the strategies of the opposition parties that are too weak to combat Salvini's growth...
Many thanks Paolo, NEMO and Fadi.@NEMO: it's really difficult for me to explain the iwhat's happening at the moment, but I try to give a summary of the situation (sorry about my english, i try to do my best!):It happens that the coalition Government formed by Lega and M5S was instable from the beginning. Salvini’s policies in essence are based mostly on how to try to reach the maximum consent stimulating the low instincts of the italian population ( for example: hard and questionable laws against immigration, strong but dubious security reforms, populist economic reforms…) to the detriment of the M5S. This kind of policy actrually seems real effective, the polls indicate that Salvini have a constant growth in popularity and could reach a percentage of votes that could consent him to rule the country as prime minister alone, (probably with the support of Giorgia Meloni far right party and what remains of Silvio Berlusconi’s “Forza Italia”? I don’t really know…) without the support of M5S. So he’s trying to force the hand to go on voting as soon as possible. But Italy is a Parliamentary Republic so it’s difficult for him to reach the goal…On how italian Government works: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Government_of_Italy
something about the vote system... what is happening?
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