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Il primo giugno inizierà il processo a Tiziano Renzi e Laura Bovoli

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Rinviati a giudizio Tiziano Renzi e Laura Bovoli, genitori di Matteo. Il processo ottenuto dal Sostituto Turco inizierà a Firenze il primo giugno

Arabia Saudita, Calenda contro Renzi

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"Con Renzi c'è un problema perché la politica non sono solo i contenuti ma anche i comportamenti e, a parte la vicenda dell'Arabia Saudita, Renzi ha fatto tutto e il contrario di tutto in questi mesi. Se Italia Viva continuerà ad essere guidata da Renzi non è una strada che possiamo percorrere assieme". Carlo Calenda, leader di Azione, parla così del leader di Italia Viva alla trasmissione L'Aria che Tira su La7. "Quello che ha fatto Renzi è gravissimo. Non c'è un precedente nella storia recente di parlamentari in carica, nessuno può essere pagato" da un paese straniero "se è pagato dai cittadini italiani per fare i loro interessi, non lo puoi fare", aggiunge Calenda. "Questo comportamento -precisa- non è vietato dalla legge, anche se è gravissimo da un punto di vista etico. C'è un buco normativo che bisogna colmare, ed è importante che lo dicano i liberali".

Calenda: "Da Renzi crisi sgangherata, spero Draghi fino a 2023"

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"Renzi ha aperto la crisi in modo sgangherato, poi Mattarella ha chiamato i giri e per me la questione è finita lì. Possiamo discutere in eterno di Renzi e Conte ma in questa fase serve il foglio bianco". Lo dice Carlo Calenda, leader di Azione, a Sky Tg24. Una fase che, secondo Calenda, deve durare. "Quanto deve durare il governo Draghi? Io spero fino a fine legislatura". "Tecnico o politico? Deve decidere Draghi quale struttura di governo garantisce il miglior funzionamento per entrare subito in partita perché non siamo in un momento normale, non abbiamo sei mesi per far funzionare le cose, bisogna partire subito", afferma il leader di Azione. Secondo Calenda, "questa è stata la legislatura più pazza del mondo, ho sempre sostenuto che eravamo davanti ad un processo di crisi della Repubblica. Mattarella l'ha fermato chiamando Draghi". Quanto accaduto "sancisce il fallimento di un ceto politico" ma può anche essere "anche l'occasione di un'evoluzione della politica". Certo, "potrebbe essere solo una breve sospensione con Lega, Pd e m5S che dicono 'non ci meniamo per un annetto. Oppure qualcosa di più profondo". "Ci sono due lavori da fare insieme: stare insieme al governo e spiegare ai cittadini che è finita una fase, che la politica è fatta anche di confronti duri ma sulle cose da fare".

Italia Viva Party Ready to Help Form New Cabinet to Avoid Snap Elections, Renzi Says

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ROME (Sputnik) - Former Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has said that his party Italia Viva is ready to help form a new government to avoid early elections.

Weakened Italian government clings to power

Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte survived confidence votes in both chambers of the Italian parliament and now heads a minority government.

Matteo Renzi: The 'Wrecker' Of Italian Politics

Former prime minister Matteo Renzi, once the darling of Italian politics, has reclaimed the spotlight with a manoeuvre that risks toppling the government -- and leaving him more unpopular than before.

Renzi's party confirms abstention in Italy Senate vote, government seen surviving


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Italia Viva party leader and former Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi addresses the Senate prior to a confidence vote, in Rome, Italy January 19, 2021. Alessandra Tarantino/Pool via REUTERS
ROME (Reuters) - The centrist Italia Viva party confirmed that it will abstain in a crucial confidence motion in the Senate on Tuesday, increasing the probability that Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte’s government will survive the vote.
Italia Viva, led by former premier Matteo Renzi, triggered an ongoing political crisis when it withdrew from the ruling coalition last week.
“Despite the many untruths in your speech, we will abstain,” the party’s former Agriculture Minister Teresa Bellanova told the Senate ahead of the confidence vote after fiercely attacking Conte and blaming him for the coalition rupture.

Italy's Conte acknowledges errors in fighting pandemic as he seeks to save government from falling

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Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte won a crucial vote in Parliament’s lower house Monday night after a coalition defector’s lawmakers abstained in the balloting, but he must clear a much tougher hurdle less than 24 hours later in the Senate to hold on to power.
Lawmakers in the Chamber of Deputies voted 321 to 259 in approval of Conte’s government, after the premier sought their backing to overcome a political crisis – lamenting that it had left Italian citizens bewildered in the midst of the pandemic. There were 27 abstentions.

Renzi's resignation threatens to bring down the Italian government


Renzi’s resignation threatens to bring down the Italian government
On Wednesday, former Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi’s Italy Alive (IV) party resigned from Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte’s government. Yesterday, emergency talks took place at the Senate, where Conte’s Five-Star Movement (M5S)-Democratic Party (PD) coalition may no longer have enough votes to survive a parliamentary challenge after IV’s departure. Conte will speak to the Senate Tuesday morning to avert the fall of his government and new elections.
The Italian government faces collapse amid mounting working class anger at the ruling elite’s murderous “herd immunity” policy on COVID-19, and as political shock waves spread worldwide from the fascist storming of the US Capitol in Washington on January 6.

Italy faces political crisis as ex-PM Matteo Renzi sinks Government amid COVID-19 resurgence

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Former prime minister Matteo Renzi yanks his party out of Government, stripping the ruling coalition of its majority and triggering political chaos, all while Italy grapples with a worsening COVID-19 epidemic.

Italy's Renzi pulls his party from ruling coalition

Italy's former premier Matteo Renzi said on Wednesday he was pulling his party's ministers from the cabinet, effectively leaving the ruling coalition without a majority in parliament.

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