“In Italy’s general election in March, the biggest winner will most likely be Silvio Berlusconi, a former prime minister whose name has long been associated with scandal. More remarkable, Berlusconi’s role in forming the next government might actually represent stability in the face of a populist insurgency,” Bill Emmott;, ex editor in chief of The Economist writes on the columns of Project Syndicate.
“Could Berlusconi end up being Italy’s political savior? Don’t rule it out.” the journalist stated.
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