Only a year and a half has passed since the beginning of the Scholz government in Germany. The balance, at least for now, appears disappointing. What Scholz's plans are for the future is unknown.
For a convergence of historical and political reasons, Germany is the weakest link in the neo-authoritarian European triad that it makes up with France and Italy. Between polls, inflation and international tensions, it does not seem that the government will be able to insist on a hard line for long.
Nemmeno il tempo di insediarsi (la cerimonia ufficiale avverrà solo il 6 Dicembre prossimo) e già il Cancelliere designato Olaf Scholz ha davanti a sé la prima matassa da dipanare. Manco a dirlo, la prima sfida del nuovo governo si chiama Covid-19.