Press activity

La Piazza d’Italia

“Change in continuity”, this is the buzzword of “La Piazza d’Italia”, a bimonthly publication founded in 1963 by Senator Franz Turchi. The recently graphically renovated and further content-enriched newspaper is still edited by the Turchi family, in the persons of Hon. Luigi and his son, Franz. The recent innovations are an important commitment to strengthen the role of the publication, in terms of seriousness, completeness and authoritativeness, in order to make it more and more present and participate in the debates on important issues: from domestic policy to economics, from foreign policy to culture, from the showbiz to the publishing sector.

Moreover, the appearance of some columns, on global markets and on books, the Internet and other subjects, bear a witness to the will of making La Piazza d’Italia not only a useful newspaper full of information, but also an authoritative and prestigious one. Everything is done as a token of a twofold continuity, the continuity in the publishing approach, that holds to liberal principles, Catholicism and solidarity and the continuity in style which calls for the Turchi family to open their publication to other views and cultures, with the specific aim of bringing La Piazza d’Italia in the heart of Europe.





"La Destra Italiana"- Il Predellino

History of Failure

Country's nodes - IL TEMPO

European Progress

The Strength of Europe

Anp Funds

The Moment to Thank

From Italy to Europe

A Picture from Brussels

Speech on the Budget 2004

Taxation, Healthcare, Employment

The New Networks in Europe

A New Partnership for the Third Millennium

God, Homeland and Family

The New Europe Sees the Light

EU-USA Relationships

The Ten: The New European Challenge

The New Eastbound Europe

The Forgotten Solidarity

Culture and Politics at the Service of New Generations

Following the wave of the Centre-Right Party

The Right Party of the Future

Why the Single Currency

Member States Waste EU Funds

Two Remarks on the Galileo File

Speech on the Second Report on Economic and Social Cohesion

The “Useful Idiot” Crisis

l Vote: The Only Safety

The Desire for Change

The Slavery of the Year 2000

Democracy Has already Condemned Nazism, Stop Putting it to the Test

The Bookmakers Party

Roma Caput Mundi

Rome, Capital of Italy

Waiting for a New Europe

The "Way Out in Politics"