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    It does seem that the political classes are travelling a different path to hoi polloi.
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    Italian President Sergio Mattarella has named Riccardo Fraccaro as the first national minister for direct democracy - alongside a new 18-member cabinet.
    The appointment comes as the Italian capital, Rome, earlier this year adopted a city charter establishing new forms of initiatives and referendums.
    17,410,742 people said LEAVE!

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    17,410,742 people said LEAVE!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benacus View Post
    Yes, they can punish us. But there will be a reaction, and Italians are a violent people. We use violence to settle injustice, we don't adhere to "politically correct" discussion and we don't analyse issues on an "impartial and peaceful stance".

    If someone attacks us verbally, we usually attack him physically. If we perceive we've suffered some wrong, our justice is rarely impartial, but physical, violent and rough. This is who
    we are now, and all the attacks by the EU commission will only reinforce our behavior.

    When you have nowhere else to run, you have no other choice but fight, and we will fight with all the weapons we have, and all the methods we know, even if they are unfair. Have we got anything to lose anyway?
    How can you say that Italians are a violent people. ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggi View Post
    How can you say that Italians are a violent people. ???
    Well since he is an Italian I guess he's more qualified to know.................and now the official bit


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    Think Tusk better get on the phone to Beelzebub and book a few more rooms.
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    The Italian economy is already in recession yet again,I thought they said they knew the outcome of taking what the EU was offering?
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    As far as i know, both the legue and the movement, do not intend to leave the EU, but they want to fix the euro currency, because that currency is one of the causes that put many south european nations in crisis. Nations like Italy, that export a lot and are famous for their made in, with a currency like the euro, the goodies they sell, lose competitivity because they become too much expansive. So they seem likely to work into an economic monetary alliance between the south european nations, including greece, to avoid the loss in their economy. Sub-economy agreements already exist in the EU, like in the north too.

    The Italians are not going to leave the EU, this is just gossip and nothing else. Regards.

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    I was just enjoying this thread until J-Pop tipped up.
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