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Luigi Di Maio MP (Italian Politician, leader of the Five Star Movement and Vice President of the Chamber of Deputies).<br />
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Rome, 01/03/2018. Today, Luigi Di Maio MP (Italian Politician, leader of the Five Star Movement and Vice President of the Chamber of Deputies, http://bit.ly/2oCMzcq) held at Salone delle Fontane (EUR) the presentation of its team of ministers – a very unusual move in Italian politics – showing to the electorate and the media that his political movement is ready to govern Italy. <<[…] The anti-establishment party leads in most recent opinion polls […] but is highly unlikely to be able to govern on its own, so it remains to be seen if any of its candidates will actually become ministers. Nonetheless, 5-Star leader Luigi Di Maio has sent the ministerial list to President Sergio Mattarella in what he called an "act of transparency" in contrast with the back-room horse trading that often marks post-election government formation in Italy. […]>> (Source: Reuters.com at http://bit.ly/2FdLDF5). This event is part of the last week of the electoral campaign for the 4th March 2018 Italian General Election. Other guests included: Virginia Raggi (Mayor of Rome and member of the Five Star Movement, http://bit.ly/2F3AqHT), Dino Giarrusso (Former journalist at TV Program "Le Iene" and parliamentarian candidate for the Five Star Movement).<br />
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Luigi Di Maio MP (Italian Politician, leader of the Five Star Movement and Vice President of the Chamber of Deputies).

Rome, 01/03/2018. Today, Luigi Di Maio MP (Italian Politician, leader of the Five Star Movement and Vice President of the Chamber of Deputies, http://bit.ly/2oCMzcq) held at Salone delle Fontane (EUR) the presentation of its team of ministers – a very unusual move in Italian politics – showing to the electorate and the media that his political...
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