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It wasn’t long ago that Germany’s Angela Merkel was anointed as the last defender of liberal Western values. She was even expected to hold America’s D…

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Much of the media, and the analysts on which it relies, have provided a misleading narrative on the current political problems in Italy, following Sunday’s “no” vote on a referendum on constitutional changes.

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The most important message of this referendum is that Italians are angry with their politicians. As we saw during the U.S. elections and the Brexit referendum, citizens have just uttered a loud scream.

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The challenge now for Italy’s political leadership is to avoid any loss of confidence in Italy’s banking sector or in the long-term sustainability of its public finances. This challenge is both practical and political in nature.

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Matteo Renzi is paying for what many had repeatedly pointed out as the Achilles’ heel of his government: the lack of a real relationship with the country and the masses.

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