Mercoledì 21 Novembre 2018 | 15:11

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Brussels
After State OKs, ask budget correction - Moscovici

After State OKs, ask budget correction - Moscovici

 
Brussels
Budget will hit growth,bring new austerity-Dombrovskis

Budget will hit growth,bring new austerity-Dombrovskis

 
Brussels
V. worried, we're isolated on budget - Tajani

V. worried, we're isolated on budget - Tajani

 
Rome
Casamonica villa demolition starts

Casamonica villa demolition starts

 
Vatican City
Sins born from evil desires says pope

Sins born from evil desires says pope

 
Rome
Govt to crack down on 'drug pushing piazzas'

Govt to crack down on 'drug pushing piazzas'

 
Naples
Universiade: bidding for athletes' transportation opens

Universiade: bidding for athletes' transportation opens

 
Rome
Markets take budget rejection in stride

Markets take budget rejection in stride

 
Paris
Italy is risk factor for Europe - OECD

Italy is risk factor for Europe - OECD

 
Paris
Italy's growth set to slow to 0.9% in 2019-20 - OECD

Italy's growth set to slow to 0.9% in 2019-20 - OECD

 
Rome
Conte, Salvini, Di Maio meet after graft-bill tension

Conte, Salvini, Di Maio meet after graft-bill tension

 
Gazzettaffari - Portale di annunci de La Gazzetta del Mezzogiorno

Rome

Who said ius soli won't be approved? - Minniti (2)

Interior minister comments on bill for migrant kids' citizenship

Who said ius soli won't be approved? - Minniti (2)

Rome, December 7 - Interior Minister Marco Minniti said Thursday that it was wrong to write off the chances of a a ius soli bill to grant citizenship to the children of migrants who are born in Italy getting approved. The fact that a schedule for the Upper House agreed on Tuesday featured the ius soli bill at the bottom was seen by some as a sign the legislation had little chance of being approved before the end of the current parliament, with Italy set to have a general election early in 2018. Indeed, leftwing Progressive Field (CP) leader Giuliano Pisapia broke off alliance talks with Minniti's Democratic Party (PD) over this issue on Wednesday, and CP effectively folded. "Who said that the ius soli won't be approved," Minniti said at the Più Libri Più Liberi book fair for small publishers. "The PD and the government are convinced about the ius soli and I am personally too".

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