Davide Casaleggio

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Luigi Di Maio (L), Beppe Grillo (C) and Davide Casaleggio (R) pose in front of the Italian Interior Ministry after presenting the new symbol of the Five Star Movement for the March general election. Jan. 19, 2018 in Rome, Italy. (Angelo Carconi/EPA-EFE/REX/Shutterstock)

When the Five Star Movement received the highest percentage of votes — 33 percent — in the Italian elections on March 4, its candidate for prime minister, Luigi Di Maio, said: “You can’t stop the wind with your hands.” Indeed, the Five Star Movement is an unstoppable wind that will continue to grow because it is aligned to the future. Citizens everywhere are calling for real democracy, to express their voices directly and to no longer be held back by the establishment.

The Five Star Movement, which launched in 2009, has now achieved a landmark success among Western democracies by using the Internet to play a crucial role in the electoral process.…  Seguir leyendo »