Giancarlo Giorgetti deserves a word of praise for what he said yesterday about Mario Draghi, about his future, about his trajectory, about his next step, and deserves to be thanked for introducing a crucial element into the debate on the Quirinal novel, which allows us to focus on a crucial fact relating to the succession of Sergio Mattarella: not what Italy could lose by having a Draghi at the Quirinale but what it could gain.
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