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Candidate-prime minister of Italy gives command back

ROME – The Italian candidate-premier Giuseppe Conte has been commissioned to form a government returned. That has the presidential palace Sunday to let you know.

According to sources around the coalitievorming going to president Sergio Mattarella do not agree with the candidacy of euroscepticus Paolo Savona for the post of minister of Economy. M5S (Vijfsterrenbeweging) and the Lega, the party that put together a coalition want to form, had Savona pushed forward.

Conte gave his job back after he Mattarella had discussed the list of candidate-ministers. M5S-head Luigi Di Maio called it “unacceptable” that the president of Savona as a candidate minister has rejected. Leader Matteo Salvini of the Lega said that the intended coalition partners, the opportunity would have to have the candidate-ministers for a new government to disclaim.

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