Michele Trabucco

Weblog: michetrab.wordpress.com
Articles: 16
First Published: Oct 04, 2011 / Last Published: Jul 09, 2012
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Freelancer in politics and current issues; blogger in Italian tourism and travel, based in Italy.

Michele Trabucco's articles

  1. July 9, 2012

    Monti Cuts 4.5 Billion Euro of Italy's Public Sector to Reduce Public Debt
    "The decree aims to reduce public spending, without hitting services to citizens," Mr. Monti said at a news conference
  2. May 21, 2012

    A New Scenario in Europe After Hollande's Victory and Monti's Competence
    In Europe there are great challenges after France and Germany's elections
  3. April 16, 2012

    Financing Scandal of the Italian Parties
    Financing corruption hits Italian parties, calling for a urge reform of public financing
  4. February 15, 2012

    Mario Monti's Boost to Italian and European Economy
    Professor Monti leads Italy out of the storm
  5. January 24, 2012

    Pope Benedict Warns of "Secularism", Words Clearly Relevant to American Politics
    Pope to US bishops: Defend the Churches’ place in public square
  6. January 23, 2012

    President Monti: Young People are at the Centre of our Government
    10% GDP from the new law for liberalization in Italy
  7. January 12, 2012

    Eurozone is Struggling While East Africa Insists on its Monetary Union
    Despite recent and persistent problems of Euro, a prediction of its collapse, the East African Community continues its journey toward union monetary union.
  8. January 9, 2012

    President Monti Really Against Italian Tax Evasion
    The black economy, in Italy, produces about 275 billion, representing 17% of GDP
  9. January 5, 2012

    Italian President Monti won against Microsoft but not Against Italian Taxi Drivers
    The dominance of the Italian lobbies over the politics, not recognized by law as in the U.S.
  10. Controversy as Italian Parliaments' Salaries are the Highest of Europe
    Dossier immediately raised controversy and distinction from politicians. Once again, the fear of the truth.