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MNI: Five-Star Split Augurs Difficult H2 For Draghi-Officials

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A walkout by part of the Five-Star Movement signals turbulence ahead for Italy's coalition as next year's elections draw nearer.

Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi will resist pressure to reshuffle government roles following a split in what had been the biggest party in parliament, but officials fear the implosion of the populist Five-Star Movement signals difficult times ahead for the coalition, sources close to the matter told MNI.

The right-wing League wants a higher profile now that it has been left as the largest party supporting the government, while Five-Star’s leader Guiseppe Conte, himself a former prime minister, could ask for a ministerial role following Tuesday’s decision by Foreign Minister Luigi di Maio to leave the party and form a breakaway centrist grouping.

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Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi will resist pressure to reshuffle government roles following a split in what had been the biggest party in parliament, but officials fear the implosion of the populist Five-Star Movement signals difficult times ahead for the coalition, sources close to the matter told MNI.

The right-wing League wants a higher profile now that it has been left as the largest party supporting the government, while Five-Star’s leader Guiseppe Conte, himself a former prime minister, could ask for a ministerial role following Tuesday’s decision by Foreign Minister Luigi di Maio to leave the party and form a breakaway centrist grouping.

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