ROME — For Roberto D’Agostino, Italy’s upcoming election is going to be a bit “like sex often is.”
“The foreplay, namely the campaign, is far more exciting than the climax, namely the actual outcome of the vote,” said the owner and hands-on editor of Dagospia — Italy’s most eye catching and controversial web publication.
It’s a flippant aside. But it captures — in crude vernacular — an undercurrent of elite opinion regarding the upcoming parliamentary election on March 4: That for all the politics and promises of the electoral campaign, the outcome is unlikely to provide the country with a stable government, much less resolve any of its well-known problems.
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