After the breakthrough in Forza Italia, where the role of Licia Ronzulli has been downsized to the benefit of the government wing led by Antonio Tajani, and after the choices of the new leader of the Democratic Party, Elly Schlein, all devoted to ethics and the battle for the rights of the individual, many are wondering if the time has not come in Italy for a center grouping that can aspire to reach at least ten percent of the votes.
More than the turning point in Forza Italia, now definitely aligned with Giorgia Meloni, it is the new Democratic Party that leaves room for such a formation. Many of the positions taken by the new secretary, especially the one on the rented uterus, have made many Catholics members of the Democratic Party turn up their noses who, while sensitive to rights issues, consider certain positions as a forcing of their ethics. There are no more or less consensual splits or separations, but certainly the discontent within the Democratic Party is felt. Anyone who thinks of a party or of a center grouping capable of having influence at the time of the formation of any government is thinking precisely of these discontents.
They do too Carlo Calenda e Matteo Renzi who, in the political elections of 25 September last, had hoped to identify themselves with that liberal and moderate electorate which has so far chosen, however, other paths, including that of not voting. However, the Third Pole did not have the hoped-for success and indeed obtained a decidedly disappointing result in the regional elections in Lombardy and Lazio.
The calculations will therefore have to be redone, assuming and not assuming that the new center can ever be born. We look at Forza Italia by Antonio Tajani but it is said that the party founded by Silvio Berlusconi can act as a catalyst for the new centre. If anything, there are those who are starting to think that, if the decline of FI were to continue, perhaps the best solution would be to pass bag and baggage into the ranks of the Brothers of Italy. Hypothesis that Giorgia Meloni however rejects: the premier does not need a few more parliamentarians who would not increase the electoral consensus of the Brothers of Italy, a party that has probably already reached its peak. Rather, the premier would need a party that covers the center of the political alignment and can therefore strengthen the majority, also by affiliating with the European People's Party, of which Tajani is vice president, and thus favoring a change in the political balance in Europe.
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