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Milan
Analysts revise TIM outlook and await plan, stocks plunge

Analysts revise TIM outlook and await plan, stocks plunge

 
Urbino
Cardiologist nabbed for abusing patients

Cardiologist nabbed for abusing patients

 
Rome
Bank of Italy lowers 2019 growth forecast to 0.6%

Bank of Italy lowers 2019 growth forecast to 0.6%

 
Savona
Man, 22, gets life for stabbing ex to death

Man, 22, gets life for stabbing ex to death

 
Rome
EU limits aggravate problems says Tria

EU limits aggravate problems says Tria

 
Vatican City
Pope kicks off prayer week for Christian unity

Pope kicks off prayer week for Christian unity

 
Farindola
Don't pay fine Salvini tells Rigopiano victim's dad

Don't pay fine Salvini tells Rigopiano victim's dad

 
Rome
EU political union 'inevitable' says Savona

EU political union 'inevitable' says Savona

 
Varese
Severed hands man gets life for killing wife

Severed hands man gets life for killing wife

 
Milan
League whip, MEP, Bossi Jr, Minetti guilty in funding case

League whip, MEP, Bossi Jr, Minetti guilty in funding case

 
Berlin
We respect Brexit but need clarity - Mattarella

We respect Brexit but need clarity - Mattarella

 

Rome

Renzi says no elections after reform referendum (3)

Premier says govt to serve until 2018

Renzi says no elections after reform referendum (3)

Rome, January 12 - Premier Matteo Renzi said Tuesday that his government has no plans to call an early general election after a referendum is held on its flagship Constitutional reform to overhaul Italy's political machinery later this year. "It's the president's decision, but the government intends to go on until the end of the parliamentary term (in 2018) because the idea that the natural time frames should be respected is a principle of good sense," Renzi told Repubblica TV. Renzi said Tuesday that the campaign for the referendum on whether to ratify his government's flagship Constitutional reform will start in April. Renzi, who has staked his political career on pushing through the reform, has said the referendum will take place in October after the bill has been approved in parliament. "The referendum campaign will start immediately in April," Renzi told Repubblica TV. "I don't think it will be easy and I've said that if I lose, not only will I resign, but I will also quit politics. It's not an attempt to turn the referendum into a personal vote, but the way to apply a principle - those who govern have responsibility". The package includes the controversial transformation of the Senate into a leaner assembly of 95 local-government representatives, plus five members nominated by the president, with limited powers to save money and make passing legislation easier.

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