Anna Masera

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All those in Italy who oppose the Italian premiership – around half the country, I’d say – cheered with relief when the news broke that Silvio Berlusconi had been stripped of his legal immunity and could now face prosecution in a number of trials. But so did many other Italians – because it’s a win for the Italian constitution, not for the “left wing”, as Berlusconi wants people to believe. And many who cast their vote for Berlusconi, when faced with the choice between him and the constitution, would rather keep their pledge to the latter.

In La Stampa, Michele Ainis wrote that the judges’ decision was a lesson to politics, while Marcello Sorgi said Berlusconi’s reaction, attacking the president of the republic, Giorgio Napolitano, went “beyond all limits“.…  Seguir leyendo »