The youth, working people, businesses small and large, and pensioners constitute critical pools of voters. They are not electoral audiences that seek simplistic answers to complex issues.
Fascism is fought on the streets, neighbourhoods, schools, public squares, and in places where it attempts to rear its ugly head and to lure and manipulate people.
As regards political stability, we must not forget that this chiefly presupposes strong governments, with a clear mandate and democratic legitimisation.
In their conventions, the three parties that ruled over the last decade are returning to their political bases in order to hammer out their political platforms and to once again seek the trust of the electorate.
Concerns over a potential return of Golden Dawn followers and of the organisation’s ideological current are widespread, as they are shared by citizens regardless of their ideological orientation.
nothing will be the same for the political system, which is responsible for the disorganisation, the squandering of funds, and the lackadaisical administration and management of serious challenges, even during such critical solutions.
A disappointed society and a government tired by an incessant struggle with the pandemic are called upon to pull a rabbit out of a hat. However, there are no magicians, we have run out of fortune tellers.
If we want power to become more independent (at least from big capital) and more effective in meeting the demands of society, then we must decentralise.
What with the fatigue from the pandemic, people’s inability to take any more inanity, and the occasionally incomprehensible statements of politicians and scientists, this last phase of the pandemic is turning into a parody.
No one must forget that the electoral system must serve national and not partrisan interests.