Draghi’s attack on Erdogan


A few weeks ago, Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi’s decision to publicly characterize Turkish President Reccep Tayyip Erdogan as a dictator received a lot of publicity. As expected, Erdogan reacted angrily. He accused Draghi of lacking manners and decent behavior, while his associates rushed to note that no appointed official has the right to speak in such a way about Erdogan, who was elected, and went so far as to point out that Italy had Benito Mussolini as its leader. Some have speculated that Draghi’s use of the word “dictator” may have been a “slip” of the tongue by the…

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