Brexit, Trump, the recent Italian vote. Times are changing in the West.
Luigi Di Maio, a leader of M5S and Vice President of the Italian Chamber of Deputies, called the new government an “enemy of meritocracy” as well as “an enemy of honest citizens.”
“They are digging the grave with their own hands. They will never give up and neither will we!” he said Tuesday.
Di Maio went on to accuse Paolo Gentiloni of “exporting bombs to Saudi Arabia” as Foreign Minister, while noting that the architect of the recently rejected Constitutional referendum, Maria Elena Boschi, had somehow been elevated to State Secretary of the Prime Minister.