Sabato, 22 Settembre 2018

Italians divided over 'wise men' panels, opinion poll


Rome, April 5 - Italy is divided in its judgement
of the 10 experts dubbed 'wise men' President Giorgio Napolitano
has turned to for help in getting out of the country's
post-election quagmire, an opinion poll said Friday.
Some 40% of Italians supported the decision to nominate two
panels of experts to make consensus social, economic and
institutional policy proposals, while 42% said it only served to
play for time.
Some 28% thought the 'wise men' would be able to help the
country overcome the political deadlock resulting from a hung
parliament, 23% believed their role was to encourage the main
political formations - the centre-left Democratic Party (Pd),
the centre-right People of Freedom (PdL) and the
anti-establishment 5-Star Movement (M5S) - to form a government,
and 7% thought they would facilitate the work of parliament.
Support for the 'wise men' panels is greatest among
centre-left voters (59%), followed by the centre-right
electorate (32%) and then supporters of M5S (27%).
Nominated last Saturday, the 'wise men' were given ''8-10''
days to come up with solutions to the present impasse while the
main political parties turned their attention to choosing the
next president of the republic.
Parliament is due to convene in a joint session to elect a
successor to Napolitano from April 18.

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