That Del Duca wants to push this sort of garbage tells us much about what kind of premier he would be.
The USA has consistently lost wars against nominally much weaker opponents. It should be understood that the reason the USA adopts these chickenshit forms of aggression against Venezuela is because it cannot attack with conventional forces.
Alas, every commentator I follow on social media, even the best, has at least one serious gap in his or her understanding. If these people could fill in each other’s gaps, we could get that full view of the field. This is what social media should do, and does not.
The question I would ask is this; if you could mobilize enough power to overcome this get a new party into office, or to take over one of the existing parties, why bother dealing with it at all? The logical thing would be to force changes to the rules or better yet, force a new constitution or theory of governance.
This is a fictional story. I think fiction is often the best way to explain difficult ideas. The argument here is in the conflict some people find between their idea of civil liberties and the obligation of government to protect public health, especially in response to a pandemic.
There is even less point to expecting anything to be changed by voting. Any political party which does not conform to the powerful action groups will be isolated, denigrated, and infiltrated.
This is a great way to run things. It will continue, and the public will continue to be totally disengaged, until serious change