The proposal of Giancarlo Giorgetti its Mario Draghi at the Quirinale, with the start of a “semi-presidentialism de facto“caused quite a stir yesterday, not only in the League and in the center-right but also in the left and among various constitutionalists, given that the possibility illustrated by the Minister of Economic Development goes far beyond what is written in the Constitution. This possibility was also commented on in the study from Half past eight on La7. Among the guests of Lilli Gruber there was also Paolo Mieli, who wanted to underline: “When a President of the Republic makes a democratic twist in favor of the left – I say this as an observer – it’s okay, let’s get it through“.
According to the historian, there is a certain underlying hypocrisy: “I have always thought that by dint of twisting to our advantage, the day will come when the twisting will be done to our disadvantage, but we cannot avoid being reminded of that. that we did”. This is why we won’t be able to complain – continues Mieli – if “maybe there will be a president elected by the right who will do a nice twist. ”
Giorgetti’s words, extrapolated yesterday from the anticipation of Bruno Vespa’s latest book, contributed to creating further chaos in Italian politics. Specifically, he said: “Draghi could driving the convoy also from outside. It would be a de facto semi-presidentialism. “A proposal that declares the race to the Quirinale more than open, which has already started even though there are three months to February 3.