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The New Statesman’s international editor, Jeremy Cliffe, speaks to author Tim Parks about the upcoming Italian presidential election.
They discuss whether Italy’s strict Covid regulations are popular, why Mario Draghi wants to become president and whether the disgraced former prime minister Berlusconi could make another political comeback.
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Ahead of the presidential election, Italians are divided on the unvaccinated
Mario Draghi, “ungovernable” Italy and the EU
What we can learn from Giuseppe Garibaldi.
Italy in the wake of coronavirus.
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