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ITALY: Simmering tensions come to boil

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A cabinet meeting widely seen as setting the stage for a showdown in Italy’s simmering government crisis will be held today (12 January) at 9.30pm local time. The meeting has been called by Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte for the cabinet to approve an economic recovery plan (PNRR) that envisages spending of around EUR 223bn in loans and grants that Italy expects to receive from the EU to help its recovery from the pandemic. Former premier Matteo Renzi, leader of the centrist Italia Viva (IV) party – a junior partner in the ruling coalition – is expected to pull two ministers out of the gov
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