Mercoledì, 24 Ottobre 2018
ROME

Grillo says right-left coalition 'would last 7-8 months'

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Rome, February 26 - Anti-establishment comedian
Beppe Grillo, whose Five Star Movement (M5S) gained a huge
protest vote in Italy's elections and stopped anyone getting a
majority in the Senate, said Tuesday the two main centre-left
and centre-right blocs would bury the hatchet to break that
deadlock.
But he said they would not last long.
"They'll make a grand coalition between (centre-left leader
Pier Luigi Bersani's) PD and (ex-premier Silvio Berlusconi's)
PdL," said Grillo, who sucked votes from right and left to
unleash his promised 'tsunami' on Italian politics.
"But we're the obstacle," said the rabble-rousing comic,
whose movement is third in both houses of parliament.
"They can't carry on any more, let them put their minds at
rest.
"They'll be able to go on for seven or eight months, to
cause a disaster," he added.
Although pundits see a grand coalition to pass essential
reforms as a long shot, Grillo pledged that throughout its short
term, "we'll try to keep it under control".

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