Italy referendum: Renzi risks populist wave

Italy referendum: Renzi risks populist wave
 

When Italy's Prime Minister, Matteo Renzi, first suggested constitutional change in 2014, not many outside this country paid all that much attention.
Italy often tries to change the way its government works. Its prime ministers often come and go. But then Mr Renzi ran into 2016.
This year, it turns out, is a rather bad time for a sitting leader to hold a referendum. Italy's prime minister is a centrist politician in the year of the populist.
"It's easy to say 'No I'm not worried'," says Foreign Minister Paolo Gentiloni, a Renzi ally. "But in fact I think that every single... read more

 
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