How Mario Monti saved Italy

On November 12th 2011 Silvio Berlusconi, then president of the Council of Ministers (Prime Minister) of the Italian Republic, presented himself to the Quirinal Palace and resigned from his position in front of then President of the Republic Giorgio Napolitano. In the previous months, in fact, Berlusconi had showed on multiple times his inadequacy as Head … Continue reading How Mario Monti saved Italy

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The Catalan’s independence: who’s wrong and who’s right?

On October 1st the autonomous Spanish region of Catalonia held a referendum on independence, despite fierce opposition from the central government, which said that the vote violated the Constitution. Hundreds of people were injured in clashes with the police during one of the gravest tests of Spain’s democracy since the end of the Francisco Franco's dictatorship … Continue reading The Catalan’s independence: who’s wrong and who’s right?