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Zanda blasts Romani on 'phantom new majority' (2)


Rome, January 21 - Senate Democratic Party (PD)
caucus leader Luigi Zanda on Thursday opposition Forza Italia
(FI) Senate caucus leader Paolo Romani's claim that a former
Berlusconi ally had helped form a new larger majority for the
PD, because of new committee appointments.
"I don't understand what Romani is going around saying
about phantom new majorities in the Senate," Zanda said.
"(He) knows very well that...whoever votes confidence in
the government is in the majority, those who vote against it are
in the opposition".
Committee deputy chairs are assigned by practice to the
majority and the opposition in equal measure, Zanda added.
His comments came after two Senators from the
Liberal-Popular Alliance - Autonomies (ALA) caucus were elected
deputy chairs of the budget and the finance committees.
The liberal, center-right ALA emerged from a split from
Silvio Berlusconi's Forza Italia (FI) party and is led by
Senator Denis Verdini, who wants to support the reforms put
forward by center-left PD Premier Matteo Renzi.
"We take note of ALA's entry into the majority," said

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