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M5S 'attacked because they're scared' says Di Battista

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M5S 'attacked because they're scared' says Di Battista

Rome, January 7 - Fear is driving attacks on the anti-establishment 5-Star Movement (M5S) over the Camorra mafia's alleged backing for an M5S mayor near Naples, M5S bigwig Alessandro Di Battista said Thursday. Ex-comic Beppe Grillo's M5S has expelled one member at Quarto near Naples and says it is the injured party in allegations concerning the Naples Mob's alleged support for Mayor Rosa Capuozzo. Parties from across the spectrum assailed the movement for allegedly betraying its squeaky-clean anti-graft creed. But Di Battista said on Facebook: "They're trying to muddy the waters. They're slinging mud because they're used to having mud on themselves. "They're scare-mongering because they're terribly scared. And it's going to get worse and worse". DI Battista predicted that the attacks would escalate in the run-up to local elections in Rome, Milan, Bologna, Naples and other cities in June. Spaventano perché sono terribilmente spaventati. E sarà sempre peggio. Da qui alle amministrative i loro attacchi si intensificheranno". Lo scrive il deputato M5s Alessandro Di Battista

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