Nervous neoliberals

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Mexican presidential candidate Manuel Lopez Obrador greeted by supporters during a campaign rally on June 25, ahead of the July 1 election. Photo: ALFREDO ESTRELLA/AFP

Italy’s President Sergio Mattarella (right) with Giuseppe Conte, the Prime Minister, when the latter was sworn in in Rome on June 1. Photo: Giulio Napolitano/Bloomberg

Italy’s Interior Minister Matteo Salvini during a press conference in Rome on June 25. Photo: TIZIANA FABI/AFP

Paolo Savona, Italy’s European Affairs Minister. His appointment as Finance Minister was vetoed by the President. Photo: Giulio Napolitano/Bloomberg

Across the world, big business attributes the loss of legitimacy of neoliberalism to corruption, impunity and the inability to combat crime rather than the marginalising and exclusionary effects of neoliberalism itself.
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