In Italy, the government owns substantial portions of many of the largest companies in their economy. "Privatization" for them involves getting a bunch of political appointees to stop sucking the life out of the private sector with graft.
Comparing them with the US is meritless, particularly in terms of privatization; they are just about the opposite of us. Their graft is by government; ours is by the private sector (though the Reprehensibles have been working for decades to change that, and partly succeeded with Bush 43). "Privatization" for us involves selling off organizations that were doing a perfectly fine job to companies so they can rip us all off; in Italy, the government appointees are doing the ripping off.
Nice try though.