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Eurozone | 1 June 2018 Do All Roads in Italian Politics Lead to New Elections Later this Year?
The political limbo in Italy currently appears to have three possible solutions, in the short term. The 5SM and Lega can try to form a coalition, again.

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1 June 2018 Do All Roads in Italian Politics Lead to New Elections Later this Year?

By Claus Vistesen

The political limbo in Italy currently appears to have three possible solutions, in the short term. The 5SM and Lega can try to form a coalition, again.

Posted: 31st May 2018 in 'Eurozone'

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