Martedì, 25 Settembre 2018

Stalemate continues as League, M5S squabble


Rome, April 16 - Italy's political stalemate
following last month's inconclusive general election has
continued with the lead players, the League and the
5-Star-Movement (M5S), still looking distant from reaching an
agreement to form a new government.
M5S leader Luigi Di Maio at the weekend reiterated his call
for the anti-migrant, Euroskeptic League to dump its
centre-right coalition partner, Silvio Berlusconi's Forza Italia
(FI), to make a deal possible.
But League leader Matteo Salvini said the anti-establishment
M5S should stop imposing vetoes and repeated his assertion that
a united centre-right coalition should be at the heart of the
next executive.
Di Maio is also looking towards the centre-left Democratic
Party (PD), which has said it will be in the opposition after
slumping to its worst-ever showing in the election, but could
reportedly reconsider its position of the stalemate becomes
President Sergio Mattarella said the parties had not made
significant progress towards the formation of a new government
after concluding the second round of formal consultations last
week and said he was taking a few days to assess things.

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