Italy's political stalemate: no government in sight in Rome
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Italy may have a new parliament, but there's still no government in sight in Rome. Beppe Grillo's political tsunami has shaken Italian politics to the core. These are dangerous times for the country: its economy shrank by 2.8 percent last year and borrowing costs have begun rising again amid the political uncertainty. Where is the country heading?
A debate with our guests:
- Gianni Vattimo, Italian MEP, Alliance of Liberals and Democrats;
- Anna Maria Corazza Bildt, Swedish MEP, European People's Party.
Presented by Christophe Robeet
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