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NEWS DALLA SEZIONE

Rome
Two women attacked in Sanremo, Modena

Two women attacked in Sanremo, Modena

 
Rome
De Vito 'expelled from M5S, online voting for Salvini'

De Vito 'expelled from M5S, online voting for Salvini'

 
Milan
Soccer: Racist chants by Lazio fans agst Bakayoko

Soccer: Racist chants by Lazio fans agst Bakayoko

 
Rome
April 25 was our 2nd Risorgimento - Mattarella

April 25 was our 2nd Risorgimento - Mattarella

 
Milan
Lazio fans hang Mussolini banner near Piazzale Loreto

Lazio fans hang Mussolini banner near Piazzale Loreto

 
Turin
Anarchist trial ends in 5 convictions, 18 acquittals

Anarchist trial ends in 5 convictions, 18 acquittals

 
Rome
Coast guard denies Mare Jonio SAR activities

Coast guard denies Mare Jonio SAR activities

 
Bergamo
Respect Liberation Day, celebration for all - Salvini

Respect Liberation Day, celebration for all - Salvini

 
Never been a pen pusher says Conte

Never been a pen pusher says Conte

 
Milan
Lazio fans hang Mussolini banner near Piazzale Loreto

Lazio fans hang Mussolini banner near Piazzale Loreto

 
Rome
No U-turn on legality - Di Maio

No U-turn on legality - Di Maio

 

Il Biancorosso

L'ALLENATORE
"La vittoria più bella? Quella ad Acireale"Cornacchini: "Le difficoltà ci saranno sempre"

"La vittoria più bella? Quella ad Acireale"
Cornacchini: "Le difficoltà ci saranno sempre"

 

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LecceSalento
Melpignano, Francesco Guccini inaugura Palazzo Marchesale

Melpignano, Francesco Guccini nel giardino del palazzo Marchesale tra musica e parole

 
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Cagnano Varano, pistola e cartucce in masserie e droga: tre arresti

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Ex Ilva, mamma ragazzo morto di cancro: «Non stringo la mano a Di Maio»

 
MateraIn fiamme
Matera, divampa un incendio ferito un carabiniere

Matera, divampa un incendio ferito un carabiniere

 

Rome

Conte requesting flexibility from EC - sources

Risk prevention and justice plan grounds for request

Conte requesting flexibility from EC - sources

Rome, December 14 - Premier Giuseppe Conte is requesting that the European Commission uses flexibility in the application of its rules with regards to Italy's budget plan for 2019, sources said Friday. The grounds for the request is based on the need for investments to prevent risks linked to extreme weather and other natural phenomena and the need to finance a plan to speed up Italy's civil and criminal justice, the sources said. The premier will ask that spending on these areas is not considered in deficit calculations, according to the sources. The government is seeking to reach an agreement with the European Commission on the deficit for next year. Conte has proposing running a deficit of 2.04% of GDP next year, compared to 2.4% in the executive's initial plan, to stop the Commission opening an infringement procedure. Deputy Premier and Labour and Industry Minister Luigi Di Maio said Friday that key pledges in the budget plan for 2019 will not change as the result of the negotiations. "It's emerging from the technical reports that money is left over, so less money will be spent, as more than necessary had been set aside," 5-Star Movement leader Di Maio said. "The budget is worth 30 to 33 billion euros (in new measures) and puts fresh money into the economy". The government's key pledges include the introduction of a 'citizenship wage' basic income for job seekers and the 'quota 100' pension reform that would effectively bring down the retirement age by allowing people to start claiming a State pension when their age plus their years of contributions add up to 100.

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