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Francia: 50mila giubbini gialli, 1000 azioni in corso

Francia: 50mila giubbini gialli, 1000 azioni in corso

 
Rome
Woman nabbed with 6 kg of coke at Fiumicino

Woman nabbed with 6 kg of coke at Fiumicino

 
Pavia
2 nabbed for mistreating elderly in care home

2 nabbed for mistreating elderly in care home

 
Prato
4 paratroopers nabbed for charging trucks to pass in Prato

4 paratroopers nabbed for charging trucks to pass in Prato

 
Rome
Tunisian to be deported for domestic abuse

Tunisian to be deported for domestic abuse

 
Rome
Zingaretti leads Minniti in PD leadership race (2)

Zingaretti leads Minniti in PD leadership race (2)

 
Rome
Senigallia eatery gets 3 Michelin stars

Senigallia eatery gets 3 Michelin stars

 
Turin
Soccer: Pjanic an injury doubt

Soccer: Pjanic an injury doubt

 
Rome
Salvini says going forward on 'father and mother' ID card

Salvini says going forward on 'father and mother' ID card

 
Rome
Salvini says going forward on 'father and mother' ID card

Salvini says going forward on 'father and mother' ID card

 
Rome
Always saying no causes illegal fires - Salvini

Always saying no causes illegal fires - Salvini

 
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Brussels

EP condemns Orban, now leaders will decide

Article 7 triggered for first time

EP condemns Orban, now leaders will decide

Brussels, September 12 - The European parliament on Wednesday approved a report on the rule of law in Hungary, for the first time triggering Article 7 of its treaties which could lead to sanctions against Premier Viktor Orban's country. The next step is up to the European Council, that is the EU's heads fo state and government. Italy's governing parties split on the issue. The rightwing League, which is allied with nationalist Orban, voted against the report. The anti-establishment 5-Star Movement voted in favour of the report. It is the first time the legislature has triggered an article 7 procedure against an EU member state. The most severe punishment under article 7 is stripping a country of its voting rights in the EU. The EP said the Hungarian government poses a "systematic threat" to democracy and the rule of law. The vote was carried with the support of 448 MEPs, narrowly clearing the required two-thirds majority, after Orbán was abandoned by his allies in the centre-right European People's party. The outcome heightens the prospect of a split in the EU's dominant centre-right bloc - to which the German chancellor, Angela Merkel, also belongs - which has been riven by divisions over migration and the future of Europe.

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