On the Pnrr the government should listen to Gentiloni

On the Pnrr the government should listen to Gentiloni

Paul Gentiloni, European Commissioner for the Economy, manages to keep the line of the Commission, as per his mandate, but, at the same time, to avoid both the tone of those who lash out at countries that are lagging behind on European projects or are not fully capable of adhering to the indications on fiscal policy is any slide towards forms of less than orthodox Europeanism or towards any type of populism that is enemy of Brussels. It is a line that could have been expected from him, given his past and his demonstrated political skills, but he still manages to surprise us with the way he always finds spaces for intelligent mediation between the governments and the Commission, with a special interpretation of this attitude when one looks at the events of the Italian government.

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