Italy’s new government, made up of the right-wing League party and populist 5 Star Movement, is harshly critical of Germany. Many in Rome and across the country are worried about the crisis in Italy and the governing parties’ anti-EU rhetoric.
Italy's new government appears at loggerheads with Germany on migration. But dig deeper and there is common room to cooperate despite the rhetoric.
Despite Italy's political turmoil, most people in the country want the election-winning populists to form a government and get to work. They're eager to see the political establishment pack up and leave.
The anti-establishment 5-Star Movement and far-right League are on the verge of forming the new Italian government having promised a "revolution." DW looks at Italy’s potential first populist coalition.
Italy's anti-establishment 5 Star Movement and the far-right League moved closer to forming a coalition government and nominating a prime minister. The populist parties are expected to announce their decision on Monday.
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