A Change in the Winds: Italian government in flux and a new haircut

I apologize for this video update is a bit late, but key none the less. At the point I recorded this, an extremely important constitutional court decision had just come to pass, outlawing legislation that gives Italy’s four top office holders immunity from prosecution while in office. Result; Berlusconi must resume corruption trials stalled years ago when this legislation, called “Lodo Alfano”,¬† was passed. And I got a new haircut.

3 responses to “A Change in the Winds: Italian government in flux and a new haircut

  1. You are so adorable!

    as is your haircut. Call me when you’re back in the states!

  2. P-R-E-S-H.

    I’m referring to both your hair (LOVE the new do’) and YOU! I’m excited about the recent influx of interesting work opps – always crazy when it comes to Italian politics.

    Can’t wait to see your beautiful face in person in a few weeks!

    Much love Suze!

  3. Hello gorgeous. I’m glad to see that the bad Italian haircut experience was only detrimental to my head, but entirely complimentary to yours.

    Thank you for providing me with my Italian news dosage–and with such vivacity!

    I look forward to hearing/seeing/reading much more in the near future…

    hopefully from the horse’s mouth (not that you’re a horse, but I really want to see you!).

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