Italy After Berlusconi’s Resignation Carnival Atmosphere in The Eternal City of Rome
Following the resignation of Prime Minister Berlusconi is hailed in Rome. Young people celebrate the end of an era to which they have been waiting for. "It was high time," they say. Now to follow ex-EU Economic Affairs Commissioner Monti Berlusconi to form a new government.
November 8th, 2011: Italy’s parliament votes on the report of the coalition government. Coalition partner Umberto Bossi of the Lega seizes the north a nerve-racking vote for Berlusconi, in the course it the hand his. It wins the coordination at the end but the absolute majority is gone. The beginning of the end.
It is a bitter farewell out of the office. Silvio Berlusconi sits in the car with a hardened face and must listen to the mockery reputations which afterwards shout it for him on the way to the president. “Buffone” – “buffoon”! This was not a voluntary resignation – is so many clearly. President Giorgio Napolitano its majority was broken away in the parliament, Berlusconi did not have another choice for him as the bitter gear but after to. This one soon afterwards had informed: “The representative has explained his resignation to Silvio Berlusconi of the office of the prime minister today at 9 p.m.” So the reaction of a demonstrator “thank God!”. “We are glad that we have escaped from Berlusconi and this he meant what for our country. This is a hope sign, we hope that we must never experience something like that again.” Berlusconis last night was a loud night in the prime ministers’ residence in the Palazzo Grazioli. Hundreds of romans in front of its windows shout “the mafia out from the state”. How and then they started spontaneously the national anthem, to sing prime ministers to hers all over? “We are the people!”
Rush in front of Berlusconi’s residence
“It was high time”, the student tells Andrea. “A turn for the country. It has lasted far too for a long time. We have not earned one with so few intellect and culture so.” It is primarily the young people whom make for the public festival in Rome tonight. You celebrate not only the end of a period of office but the end of an era. “This man has changed Italy”, said Dario Franceschini, chairman of the parliamentary group of the democratic party, few hours before in the Italian parliament. “We will enter a new age. Berlusconi is a late our country in the good one like in the bad one been. Everything was determined by it, the coalitions and the debates. For or against Berlusconi. This time is over “, so Franceschini now. Its last appearance as a prime minister proved yesterday in the parliament how deeply Berlusconi has split the country and primarily the politics. It was appearance without words “its” representatives “Silvio, Silvio,” scanned for this. A parliamentarian who had left the parliamentary group before did not come to word because he permanently was interrupted by “traitor, traitor”, reputations. These were conditions like in the football stadium. To this a chairman of the parliamentary group Fabrizio Cicchitto who started the Song of Songs with a voice shaking with emotion on Silvio Berlusconi: “We say to prime minister Silvio Berlusconi who has stepped down although it did not him have, thanks for everything he has done.” President Giorgio Napolitano has a day time now which changes of government organize. No secret from this made has that he regards Mario Monti as the suitable candidate capable of winning a majority to conduct a provisional government him.
Celebration of the end of the Berlusconi era
68 years old and professor are Monti at renowned Milan Bocconi university. He has experiences in the policy as EU competition inspector and clear ideas of the future of Italy: “We know the young people suggest that feels general around reforms to more chances and privileges of the ones who have control cut.” This told Mario Monti few months ago he was silent in public, however, met Berlusconi for a conversation of several hours yesterday. A clear sign that Berlusconi and his party of a provisional government do not stand in Monti’s way any more. They put conditions, though. “We can unplug the plug any time”, shall Berlusconi have said. It has not given up yet it has stepped down.
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