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Rome (Italy) - The ex-foreign minister has promised to push ahead with former leader Matteo Renzi’s reform drive, but one of his major tasks is the passing of a new electoral law. It must be agreed upon before national elections can be held. In a speech, Gentiloni said he would seek cross-party consensus on the law.

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Martedì, 13 Dicembre 2016 16:02

Gentiloni unveils Italy's new government

Rome (Italy) - Italy’s newly-apppointed prime minister has unveiled his government.

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Rome (Italy) - Italian Foreign Minister Paolo Gentiloni will be the country’s new prime minister.

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Rome (Italy) - Talks begin in Italy on Thursday to try to end the country’s political crisis.

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Rome (Italy) - Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has officially tendering his resignation, stepping down after losing a referendum on Sunday.

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Rome (Italy) - Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi is to resign following a heavy defeat in Sunday’s constitutional reform referendum. Although ostensibly on plans to streamline parliament the poll was largely seen as a confidence vote in the leader. Renzi announced his intention to quit in an address to the nation.

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Italians have rejected constitutional reforms at a referendum, and just as he said he would if his ‘yes’ campaign lost, Matteo Renzi has resigned as Prime Minister of Italy.

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Rome (Italy) - On the 4th of December Italy votes on a series of changes to the way the country’s institutional system is structured.

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Mercoledì, 21 Settembre 2016 22:29

Rome to quit race to host 2024 Olympics

Rome’s mayor Virginia Raggi will withdraw the city’s backing for a bid to host the 2024 Olympic Games in the Italian capital, a city hall official said on Wednesday.

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Rome (Italy) - She is the first woman to run Rome, but Virginia Raggi’s political problems – just like the city’s rubbish – appear to be mounting by the day. The anti-establishment 5-Star Movement Mayor announced on Thursday, ‘‘by common accord’‘, the departure of the Italian capital’s finance chief, only four days after appointing him.

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