Changer tout, pour ne changer rien. To Change everything in order to change nothing.
This is sometimes used to describe the French revolution, but it would apply equally well to Italy in the last few centuries.
At the next elections--which will probably happen in 2008-- we will have two new major parties. The Democratic party representing a centre-left coalition.
And the Party of the People of Liberty. A rather clumsy name for Berlusconi's new party. The move is easy to understand. Berlusconi wants to anticipate any move of his allies who are trying to dethrone him.
Berlusconi, as a result, is launching a coalition of the willing in order to run alone with his new party at the next elections.
These changes, needless to say, are only cosmetic. All remain the same in Italy