Mario Draghi is launching “signs of strategic retreat of the government “on the obligatory nature of the Green pass. He is convinced of it Marcello Arise than in an editorial on The print writes: “A doubt arises: what if Draghi just wanted to see how it goes in the first days of the mandatory Green Pass and then gradually widen the holes that are already opening in the network? Knowing the imperturbable temperament of the prime minister, is possible that Landini yesterday and Salvini the day before yesterday we sensed the same thing “. The counter-proof, Sorgi observes, is that” the president of Confindustria Bonomi has begun to fear that the government’s hard line is not so hard. And in the end, companies will have to pay the cost of tampons, in whole or in part “.
In short, continues Sorgi, “in the face of the risk that the resistance No vax you go back to mingling with theextremism and the Viminale is not able to contain the effects of this explosive mixture “, the Prime Minister could take a step back.” The choice of the mandatory Green Pass was thought, twenty days ago, to divide the front of the unvaccinated and push towards the vaccinate only the doubtful part, and not entirely or ideologically opposed to vaccinations. The strategy worked in the first days, bringing the percentage of vaccinated to close to 80 percent, but then the effects stopped “, writes the journalist.
Now Draghi’s move is that “having to swab two to three times a week after a while it will be unbearable “and consequently” another 5 or 10 per cent could give way, bringing the number of vaccinated people close to 90 percent. At that point “, concludes Sorgi,” the government could soften the line. But only at that point? Or even earlier? “, Asks Arise.