According to the British weekly, our country “has changed” thanks to “a competent and internationally respected premier”. And there’s no denying it’s “a better place” than it was a year ago
The Economist crowns Italy ‘Country of the Year’. According to the British weekly, our country “has changed” thanks to Draghi, “a competent and respected premier internationally”. There is “a majority that has buried the differences in support of a program of profound reforms” in view of the funds of the Recovery and an economy that is recovering better than the French and German ones, writes the magazine, however warning on the “there is a danger that this unusual explosion of governance could undergo an inversion” if Draghi went to the Quirinale, giving way to a “less competent” premier.
“Italy today a better place than a year ago”
The Economist recalls having often criticized the leaders of our country, starting with Silvio Berlusconi: “Due to the weakness of its rulers, Italians in 2019 were poorer than in 2000. But this year Italy has changed” . For the weekly “it is impossible to deny that Italy is in a better place today compared to December 2020 and for this reason it is our country of the year. Best wishes!”.