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.
As a Farrelly Brothers remake – complete with Jersey Shore cast – nears screens and as the global economy is leakier than a colander, several political commentators have been lining up their triptychs of dangerously incompetent politicians who are less a comfort – more of a menace as the "Three Stooges Of Politics". I’ve decided I can do better than arbitrary pointing at problems, and will assemble my own crackpot-team – with judgement unclouded by administration, nation or political colour.
As garbage mounts, so does Berlusconi’s opposition.
Power and money make a dangerous combination against morals and good human judgment. Berlusconi has both these elements in abundance and so the world needs to judge him fairly against this background.
Italian Prime Minister Berlusconi Narrowly Survives.
There is something about Mad Italians that calls for research, otherwise it is becoming a very dangerous place for important people.
Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi Suffers a Broken Nose, Two Missing Teeth and Multiple Cuts to His Face
This was a terrible tragedy. It has been confirmed that it was a premeditated attack by the mad man.
Five worrisome coincidences between the current Italian Prime Minister, Silvio Berlusconi and the early 20th century dictator, Benito Mussolini, in their visions of democracy.