Matteo Renzi has played his hand and is now running Italy. He won support as the new leader of the Democratic Party by taking control and enforcing discipline. Everyone knows what he has to deliver in sorting Italy’s problems. It remains to be seen whether Mr Renzi’s gamble works out with substance as well as polish.

<i>Italy’s new Prime Minister, Matteo Renzi, has promised one grand reform a month for the next four or five months. Nobody knows whether he will succeed, but his new ministerial team is unimpressive, at least on paper. Mr Renzi is a charming speaker, but Italians are getting tired of window-dressing and now want substance on top of the promises. Everybody is gettin...

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Professor Enrico Colombatto
Italian MPs have made it clear they do not want to give up their parliamentary seats and face new elections by approving the electoral reform proposed by Mr Renzi and Mr Berlusconi
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