Italy’s former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi has hinted that his political days are far from over, while also taking a swipe at his successor’s fiscal austerity policies.
Speaking during a phone call broadcast by Italian media on Monday, Berlusconi said he was “still on track” – an allusion to his political career.
“I’m still on track and will also be in the future,” the 75-year-old billionaire tycoon said.
Berlusconi, who is currently a defendant in three trials including one for allegedly having sex with an underage prostitute, resigned on November 16 as Italy’s financial crisis worsened.
Yep definitely sounds like Mallard who thinks he is just arriving at the mid-point in his career.