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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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Rome

We'll force papers to publish financiers - Toninelli

Vows to make media funding transparent

We'll force papers to publish financiers - Toninelli

Rome, September 14 - Transport Minister Danilo Toninelli said Friday the government would force newspapers to divulge the names of all those who fund them. Toninelli is a leading figure in the anti-establishment 5-Star Movement (M5S) which has vowed to make media funding transparent and uncover allegedly biased interests. On Monday Deputy Premier and Labour and Industry Minister Luigi Di Maio, the M5S leader, blasted Italian newspapers' coverage of the government and said legislation is on the way to ensure media organs are not seeking to further hidden economic interests. "The operation to discredit this government continues without rest," Di Maio said on Facebook. "The newspaper publishers have their hands in the pasta everywhere in State concessions: motorways, telecommunications, energy, water. "The order to attack the M5S with any type of falsehood and conjecture came from the owners. "This is no longer free journalism. "It is necessary to have a law to ensure the publishers are pure (of other economic interests) and the journalists are free to do investigations". The M5S has frequently claimed that interests close to the centre-left opposition Democratic Party (PD) are behind many newspapers.

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