The Government closes the first hundred days by collecting the praise from the prestigious British weekly The Economist which, overall, promotes the work of the executive while also launching some future alerts.
The Economist, Meloni promoted
In particular, the successes include the “convivial meetings with both Ursula von der Leyen than with Pope Francis” which – we read – “were seen in Italy as approvals by the European Commission, led by Mrs. von der Leyen, and by the Vatican, two organizations that Italian prime ministers must always keep on their side”. Not only that: what better gift in fact the one arrived the January 16th in particular for a government that boasted a hard line on law and order” continues the British weekly with reference to the arrest of the boss Matteo Messina Denaror fugitive from beyond 30 years.
Contrary to what was imagined, good news also arrived on the front of the spread which is even reduced, dropping from 2.33 percentage points to 1.8. He is also the result of the particularly cautious attitude that characterized the first 100 days of the executive. Popularity also confirmed by the growing numbers for Brothers of Italy passed from 26% of the votes registered in the last political elections in September, to almost 30% of today. While – among other things – the free descent of the Pd which lost a further 3% along the way (from 19% to a decidedly narrow 16%).
But “dark clouds on the horizon”
So everything is easy for Meloni? Obviously not warns The Economist speaking of “dark clouds on the horizon”.
The first could come from the Recovery Fund. “It remains to demonstrate that all e 55 land deadlines and targets set by the committee for the last tranche have actually been met. And the disbursement by Italy of what has already been received is very late”, points out the weekly.
After that, again according to the analysis ofEconomist, the executive could then be affected by the plan of the Bce to raise interest rates while reducing its bond-buying programme. “A policy that Meloni and her ministers have repeatedly deplored”, reads the article which ends with a warning: at the tip of a meteorological metaphor: “The Melons she has so far proved herself a skilled skipper. But even the best can find themselves at the mercy of bad weather”.
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