Italian Democratic Party considers Five Star deal to end deadlock

March 7, 2018
Senior members of Italy’s vanquished Democratic Party on Tuesday eyed a possible deal with the triumphant Five Star Movement, following an election that left the country with a hung parliament and anti-establishment and far-right parties vying to form a government. Matteo Salvini, leader of the far-right League, the biggest...
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