Italy, as it is known, is having much more difficulties, than most other European countries, in emerging from the economic crisis. An unbridgeable-looking discrepancy opened up between the left wing and the subordinate working-class, who live in precarious conditions. At the moment, the existence of a concretely progressive force, which could at least offer some sort of social redemption, is called into question. The gap between the Italian center left and the younger generations seems even bigger.
For the afore mentioned reasons, I am very impressed by the path taken up by Jeremy Corbyn, appreciated and supported by the younger generations because capable of conciliating innovation and tradition. I would like to create and be part of a group of people who could plan and propose social inclusion paths, capable of giving again hope to the new generations.