Italy election: What does the result mean?

The leaders of two anti-establishment parties - The Five Star Movement and the anti-illegal migrant League party - are setting their sights on power after Italians backed populist politicians in the general election.
The BBC's James Reynolds, in Milan, looks at what the result means for the country.
Luigi Di Maio and Matteo Salvini were once outsiders in Italian politics. They have now become the mainstream.
Italian voters, when they're fed up, have a habit of trying out new voices. In 1994, following corruption scandals, the country re-aligned itself.
Now, to a certain extent, Italy is... read more

 
5 March 2018 in World News, Views: 39
Source: BBC
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