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Italian prime minister threatens with dismissal if coalition partners continue to fight

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The Italian prime minister Giuseppe Conte has Monday, threatened the power cord from his government to withdraw. According to him, the two coalition partners Lega and Vijfsterrenbeweging make it clear whether they continue to want government, or early elections want.

“I want a clear, uniform and fast answer, because the country can’t wait,” said premier Conte Monday night at a press conference. He remembered the regeringspartners that Italy again this year for the big challenge is the budget more or less in balance, as the confidence of the financial markets is not too much to violate.

Italy risks this week, sanctions of the European Union, due to non-compliance with the European budgetary rules. According to Conte, the Italian government has no choice but to use the European rules to respect.

Conte’s government is just a year in power, but the parties that form the government (the radical-right-wing Lega and the populist Vijfsterrenbeweging) the past few months further and further from each other driven.

On various themes, Lega and Vijfsterrenbeweging not agree. These include migration, soft drugs, and infrastructure projects.

Good for Lega

Should the government fall, then it would be the parliament at the end of July dissolved can be and to follow on the 29th of september elections. Those elections would Lega-leader Matteo Salvini not turn out bad: he has the wind in the sails after he was at the European elections, 34 percent of the vote has been given. The Vijfsterrenbeweging there’s less good for.