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Does Germany want to bring down Giorgia Meloni?

3 October 2023

5:00 PM

3 October 2023

5:00 PM

Is there a plot afoot to oust Giorgia Meloni as Prime Minister and replace her with someone more to the progressive left’s taste?

There have been rumours in the European media that Meloni’s government is teetering and that it ‘could fall and make way for a technocrat government.’

The audacity of Germany is breathtaking

In 2011 Mario Monti formed such a government after the resignation of Silvio Berlusconi and he filled his cabinet with unelected technocrats, prompting Berlusconi to accuse him of ‘adopting the rules of austerity proposed by Germany.’

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