ITALY: A 3-3 draw or a thumping victory for the center-right?

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The wobbly ruling coalition led by the Five Star Movement (M5S) and the Democratic Party (PD) faces an important political test this weekend as seven of Italy’s 20 regions will go to the polls.As the center-right bloc seems to have three regions (Veneto, Liguria and Marche) in the bag and the center-left has one (Campania), the focus will be on the tight races in Tuscany and Puglia. A few votes could yield an impressive 5-1 victory for the Lega and its allies.Such an outcome would bolster the center-right’s call for early elections but the ruling coalition’s spirit of self-preservation
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