“Mario Draghi he is the first prime minister in our history who governs (well) regardless. “Word of Bruno Vespa who recalls how the premier is an exception since from “1946 the constituent fathers decided that Italy should have weak governments”. This is not the case of the former head of the European Central Bank who, despite the more than heterogeneous majority, demonstrates day after day that he is able to hold the reins of the executive. “He is the first prime minister – observes Vespa on the columns of the Day – to be able do undisturbed common sense things that the coalition disagreements have prevented all the others “. On the other hand Draghi” is the son of Mr. Covid and the recovery plan: an unprecedented and unnatural pairing which requires an unprecedented and unnatural coalition “.
According to the conductor of Door to door the prime minister is the only one who has “uncommon powers”, because “if a fight between Letta and Salvini settles down, it emerges without his grisaille coming out in the least affected”. The unanimous approval of the decree on the extension of the Green pass was no different. All the more so if we consider that some details are for Vespa “incomprehensible“.
Why is a private employee suspended after one day of absence against the five granted to his public colleague and fifteen to the magistrates? Something inexplicable which however turns out to be necessary: ”The castor oil of the decree is healthy and should be drunk without regrets“And perhaps it is precisely the same discourse that the various parties of this executive move and that allows the Prime Minister to do what he wants when he wants.