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(RPT)MNI: Meloni Seen As No Shoo-In For Italy PM After Vote

An Italian right-wing coalition is heading for electoral victory but tough talks on forming a government, experts say.

(Repeats story first published on Sept 1)

A right-wing coalition is almost guaranteed of a handsome victory in Italy’s elections on Sept. 25, but divisions between the parties over issues including whether to renegotiate the conditions of European aid mean that talks to form a government will not be easy, political experts told MNI.

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(Repeats story first published on Sept 1)

A right-wing coalition is almost guaranteed of a handsome victory in Italy’s elections on Sept. 25, but divisions between the parties over issues including whether to renegotiate the conditions of European aid mean that talks to form a government will not be easy, political experts told MNI.

Keep reading...Show less