Home Tags Five Star Movement
Tag: Five Star Movement
Concerns about Italy are rising once again. Last week, Italian stocks sold off sharply and bond yields spiked, as the prospect of a rising national debt in the third largest economy in the eurozone raised the prospect of a major clash with European Union authorities.
Italy’s deputy prime minister is blaming the EU for the deadly bridge collapse, even though nobody knows what caused it yet
Matteo Salvini suggested that EU fiscal constraints had prevented Italy from spending on infrastructure safety. The Five Star Movement party is also under fire for previously describing fears of the bridge's collapse as a 'fairy tale.' Authorities have yet to establish the cause of the disaster.
Italy may be renowned for its chaotic, dysfunctional politics but even by its standards, the last seven days have been crazy.
Just two days ago, a fresh election looked a certainty in Italy, but the rapidly changing landscape of the country's politics mean that a coalition government that looked dead could now come to fruition.
Everything you need to know about the Italian political crisis — which is 9 years in the making and could bring about the demise of the eurozone...
The eurozone looks as if it may be about to plunge headlong into another crisis as the political situation in its third-largest economy, Italy, deteriorates rapidly.
A law professor who ‘doesn’t have a clue about politics’ is set to become one of Europe’s most powerful men
The law professor Giuseppe Conte is set to be the figurehead for the uneasy coalition partnership between Italy's populist parties, the Five Star Movement and the Lega Nord, which was agreed to last week.
Italy — which has been without a government for more than two months since an inconclusive election in March — is set to finally get one, with the Five Star Movement and the Lega Nord having agreed on the principal terms of a ruling coalition.
Italy is close to finally getting a government but it could threaten the very existence of the eurozone
After more than two months of deadlock, Italy finally looks close to appointing a new government, led jointly by populist parties the Five Star Movement and the Northern League.
Italy's political stalemate shows no sign of easing, with high level disagreements remaining between all the parties with ambitions to govern the currently rudderless nation.
With Italy's general election now less than a week away, the outcome is no less clear than it has been in the months leading up to the vote.