TURIN. What do Sergio Mattarella, Pope Francis and Elon Musk have in common? They are worried about Italy. For one particular aspect, perhaps the most important: his future, peeking into the cradles where newborns sleep. And they are less and less. “The drop in the birth rate worries me, we need policies for the family,” the head of state admitted two weeks ago. “Not seeing the problem of denatality in Italy is short-sighted, we need to lower the ideological barriers”, the Pope added.