Italy general election vote: Who's who and why it matters

Italy general election vote: Who's who and why it matters
 

Italians are choosing a new parliament on 4 March. Who is standing, what are they proposing and does the outcome matter? Here's a brief guide.
Italy has been run by a caretaker cabinet since December 2016, when Matteo Renzi resigned after staking his leadership on a referendum to overhaul the election and functioning of the houses of parliament.
New or old faces? The search for a new prime minister involves some familiar names - and some very familiar faces, indeed.
Former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, 81, is back and leading his centre-right Forza Italia (FI) with unbounded energy.
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2 March 2018 in World News, Views: 63
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