You can almost even understand it. A party wins an election hands down, finds two other parties with similar ideas, and the three form a coalition: majority representatives of the people. And then the newcomers have to experience every day that they are criticized for their politics in the media and in the country’s cultural temples. Where are our people, they ask themselves, where can those who elected us be heard? And this frustration increases the more time passes in the country, which in this case is called Italy.