It is the question of the public debt that takes center stage in ‘Marco Follini’s point of view’ for Adnkronos, which will be published in full tomorrow for the agency and on the website. In Follini’s analysis, the question, which originated in the 70s and 80s, ended up in the background of the debate following the pandemic emergency, but, quoting ‘Macbeth’, “the theme is destined to return as the ghost of Banquo “.
A mountain of 167 billion that must be reduced without delay. Certainly it is also a skein ‘at risk’ in terms of consensus, and which therefore in this phase is difficult, but which, he warns, the ruling class will have to decide to unravel. In order not to mistake “the uncertain smile of today’s voters with the sure curses of their (and our) children and grandchildren”.