Groundbreaking Changes In Italian Government
We got the results of Italian election. And they are nothing like we predicted as M5S, an anti-establishment Five Star Movement and right-wing Lega party got the majority of votes, while the majority expected Silvio Berlusconi’s Forza Italia Party and former Prime Minister Matteo Renzi’s ruling Democratic Party to be the leaders. And now, Matteo Renzi will probably have to leave the position of leader. Giulio Terzi di Sant’Agata (Italy’s former Foreign Minister) said: ”It’s been a clear indication that the majority of Italian voters want a change. They want a change that is significant in relation to a number of issues which are considered a high-priority now by at least 60 percent, and perhaps more, of Italian voters”, meaning that these results were very important for relationship between Italy and other EU countries.