Italy’s Conte promises radical change in address to parliament – CGTN

Italy’s new prime minister promised on Tuesday to bring radical change to the country as he sought parliamentary backing for an anti-establishment government which plans to challenge European Union rules on budgets and immigration.Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte addressed the Senate, flanked by the leaders of two formerly fringe parties that formed a ruling coalition last week and nominated the little-known legal expert to lead their coalition government.Italy’s newly sworn-in Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte (C) addresses senators flanked by Italy’s Interior Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini (C-R) and Italy’s Economic Development and Labour Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Luigi Di Maio (C-L) during a debate ahead of a confidence vote in the Italian Senate in Rome,  June 5, 2018. /VCG Photo”The truth is that we have created a radical change and we’re proud of it,” Conte told the Senate, where he is expected to win a confidence vote later in the day.

Source: Italy’s Conte promises radical change in address to parliament – CGTN

Italy’s new prime minister promised on Tuesday to bring radical change to the country as he sought parliamentary backing for an anti-establishment government which plans to challenge European Union rules on budgets and immigration.

Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte addressed the Senate, flanked by the leaders of two formerly fringe parties that formed a ruling coalition last week and nominated the little-known legal expert to lead their coalition government.

Italy’s newly sworn-in Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte (C) addresses senators flanked by Italy’s Interior Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini (C-R) and Italy’s Economic Development and Labour Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Luigi Di Maio (C-L) during a debate ahead of a confidence vote in the Italian Senate in Rome,  June 5, 2018. /VCG Photo

“The truth is that we have created a radical change and we’re proud of it,” Conte told the Senate, where he is expected to win a confidence vote later in the day.

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