The current epidemic situation in Italy is severe. For security reasons, all educational institutions across the country have been closed and most gatherings have been canceled. The Coronavirus is spreading all over the world at an alarming rate. Many governments have proposed travel restrictions on Italy. International tourists began to cancel their travel plans to Italy. Exhibitions have also been temporarily canceled or postponed
On January 24, the Italian Supreme Court (Corte di Cassazione) found in favour of some food-delivery riders litigating against their platform. The Court decided to apply a 2015 legislation that extends employment and labour protection to all workers whose work is organized by someone else, which in Italy is called lavoro etero-organizzato.
After four days of elections, Europe woke up with a political order that contradicts those who feared a crushing populist and nationalist victory. Parties who have campaigned against Europe didn’t get enough support to carry out the common plan of dismantling the Union from the inside.
Salvini’s war against immigration is being waged by land and by sea. It is a war against a section of society that makes up over eight per cent of the country’s population.
Italy is a beautiful country, but very strange indeed. And Italian politics is no exception. After the elections on 4 March this year, it took three months before a new government was sworn in. It has now been a month since the Prime Minister, Giuseppe Conte, vowed on the Constitution at the Quirinale Palace.