The square of Affaritaliani.it makes news. Here is the article from Il Corriere della Sera today, Thursday, August 5, on page 15.
Politics and the Covid emergency in the “Piazza” of “Affari Italiani”
The appointment with La Piazza, the kermesse organized by Affaritaliani.it in Ceglie Messapica, is back. The appointment, presented by the director Angelo Maria Perrino, will be held as usual in Ceglie Messapica, in Puglia, from 27 to 29 August. At the center of the event are the themes of the institutional agenda – from the Covid emergency to the PNRR, to the white semester – and of the political one: the tensions in the center-right, the role of Conte in the M5S, the race of Enrico Letta in Siena.
Here is the Brindisi Report article
The big names in national politics meet at “La Piazza”
Who will be the next President of the Republic after Mattarella? How long will the Draghi government last? Will Giuseppe Conte manage to become the leader of the Cinquestelle? And Enrico Letta will be able to get himself elected deputy in Siena and will he be able to “stay calm” at the helm of the Democratic Party by consolidating the alliance with the grillini? And will Matteo Salvini and Silvio Berlusconi be able to make the single party of the center right? At the reopening of the Chambers after the August break there will be many hot topics of politics, grappling with important electoral deadlines, with the reforms demanded by Europe to guarantee Italy the substantial funding of the PNRR, with the change at the top of the state, with the crisis of justice and with the still looming threat of the Covid epidemic.
These issues will be discussed with the big names in politics at “La Piazza” of Affaritaliani.it which will raise the curtain during the last weekend of August (27-28-29) in Ceglie Messapica, a hilly village that is about to host the fourth edition of the summer event conceived and coordinated by the director of the online magazine and journalist Angelo Maria Perrino, which has now become an essential appointment in national politics. The names of the participants are still top secret. “Invitations and negotiations are in full swing, but already today we have sensational subscriptions and confirmations from the highest political and institutional levels”, comments Perrino.