Mercoledì 14 Novembre 2018 | 21:40

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Sassari
Woman's funeral cancelled after untrue death report

Woman's funeral cancelled after untrue death report

 
Reggio Calabria
Thief nabbed after airport runway chase

Thief nabbed after airport runway chase

 
Vercelli
Not enough attention to Italian healthcare system-councillor

Not enough attention to Italian healthcare system-councillor

 
Milan
Leaguer acquitted for writing 'Come on Vesuvius'

Leaguer acquitted for writing 'Come on Vesuvius'

 
Sassari
Acquitted 26 years later, state to pay 63,000 in damages

Acquitted 26 years later, state to pay 63,000 in damages

 
Rome
X-Factor sensation Måneskin to make first European tour

X-Factor sensation Måneskin to make first European tour

 
Rome
Med diet theme for Italian Cuisine Week in World

Med diet theme for Italian Cuisine Week in World

 
Rome
Temperatures to drop 14 degrees by Monday

Temperatures to drop 14 degrees by Monday

 
Rome
Anti-migrant Leaguer voted head of human rights panel

Anti-migrant Leaguer voted head of human rights panel

 
Rome
62-yr-old single mother gives birth in Rome

62-yr-old single mother gives birth in Rome

 
Milan
4 South Americans nabbed for attempted murder

4 South Americans nabbed for attempted murder

 
Gazzettaffari - Portale di annunci de La Gazzetta del Mezzogiorno

Rome

Lombardy autonomy tax bid like secession Martina-ANSA (2)

Maroni's 34% turnout ambition 'anticipating big defeat'

Lombardy autonomy tax bid like secession Martina-ANSA (2)

Rome, October 20 - A tax rebate demand in Lombardy's autonomy referendum is "like session," Farm Minister Maurizio Martina told ANSA Friday. "All we need is a Catalan drift," Martina said ahead of Sunday's polls in Lombardy and neighbouring Veneto. Martina added that Lombardy Governor Roberto Maroni's ambition to get a 34% turnout "already seems like Maroni's bid to anticipate a sensational defeat". Lombardy and Veneto, which together account for 30% of Italian GDP, are going to the polls in a referendum on bringing back more powers over issues like budgets and health spending from Rome. Maroni said Thursday that he was hopeful of wrapping up negotiations with the central government on greater autonomy for the northern region before next year's general election if the yes vote wins Sunday's referendum on autonomy there. "I hope to open talks with the government soon, before Christmas, and wrap them up before the general election," Maroni told an ANSA Forum in Milan. Veneto is also holding an autonomy referendum this weekend. The referendums are consultative and non-binding.

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