All change in Rome: 67th government since WWII pledges 'a more united Italy'
It seems it was a gamble too far for Italy's Matteo Salvini: far-right leader, immigration hardliner and now former deputy prime minister. His bid to spark a snap election this summer did not pay off: instead his Lega party is out of the government, while the centre-left Democratic Party and anti-establishment Five-Star Movement have formed a coalition. We ask MEPs from each of the three parties: can this government can hold out for longer than the last? And what change might it bring to Italy?
Presented by Catherine Nicholson.
Produced by Isabelle Roméro and Mathilde Bénézet.
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