Earlier today Italian newspaper La Republica reported that nearly two months after a the near wipe – out of pro – EU establishment parties in the March 4 elections the Euroskeptic Five Star and League parties which between them won a majority of the vote, but not quite enough seats in the national assembly to form a coalition government, had abandoned talks with pro EU PD party and called for fresh elections.
On Sunday, La Republica revealed former Prime minister Mario Slavini said his Democratic party had lost the March 4 elections and it is not its role to govern Italy next, thus refusing to enter an agreement with either of the Eurosceptic parties which won more votes. Commentators are the PD has effectively washed its hands of Italy’s voters, having sen itsd pro – immigration, pro – federalisation policies rejected.
He added that the decision on whether Democratic Party can back a Five Star government lies with party assembly convened May 3 and with each member of Parliament.
In a shock response that amounts to giving Slavini the finger, Five Star leader Luigi Di Maio, commenting on the former leaders remarks, said in a blog post that the movement “did everything to form a government in the interest of Italians” and that the “PD said ‘no’ to citizens’ issues and they will pay for it.”
The usual chaos that is Italian politics then resurfaced when the FiveStar leader, frustrated with being unable to form a government with either the PD or League, called for fresh elections:
“At this stage there is no solution other than returning to elections as soon as possible, then of course the decision will be up to President Mattarella,” Di Maio said in a video statement on Facebook, adding that no change is needed to the electoral law, such as the introduction of a second round, as the new elections would be a challenge between Five Star and League.
Di Maio called on League’s leader Matteo Salvini to join him on the call for new election in June to let the citizens decide, and accused the League of siding with Silvio Berlusconi instead of working with Five Star on a “government for change.”
As a reminder, the March 4 Italian general vote left the legislature divided between three main blocs – Five Star, the center-right coalition and the democrats – without any holding sufficient seats to form a government.
So what would happen if Di Maio gets his wish?
Well, as Bloomberg reported overnight, as in most European nations, Italian political sentiments are becoming more polarised, with right leaning, anti EU, anti – globalist parties gaining strength. The political impasse in Italy drags on nearly two months after the March general election, which is much less than Germany spent without a government after an inconclusive election last September.
Italy however knows the experience of being ruled by a government appointed by Brussels bureaucrats and it is likely any move by EU bureaucrats to resolve the situation would result in civil unrest. The latest developments must then be troubling for Brussels: support for Matteo Salvini’s League was close to 22% compared to 17.4% at the March 4 election, according to the survey, which was conducted by Demos & Pi on April 26 and 27. The Five Star Movement is the most popular party with about 33% of backing, and the Democratic Party is third with 17.8% down from 18.7, the poll showed.
If no coalition deal is reached, new elections are the most likely option, according to Silvio Berlusconi, former prime minister and leader of Forza Italia, which is part of the center-right coalition. “The risk is there if the impasse drags on,” Berlusconi said in an interview with Corriere della Sera.
And while interviews with party leaders published in the country’s main newspapers on Sunday indicated that the deadlock is getting no closer to a resolution, a new election held today that would, according to polls give the League and Fire Star 55% of the vote and an absolute majority which would come as a shock to the European Federalist project supported by Angela Merkel, Emmanuel Macron and EU commission president Jean Claude Juncker.
French Prime Minister says: “Europe Is Falling Apart”
After years of blythely ignoring years of economic stagnation, social deterioration, and an unemployment rate which stubbornly refuses to fall below double-digits for countries like Greece, Spain and Italy, Europe appears to have finally been shocked into recognising the reality of its situation by Brexit and the Trump election in the USA. Bureaucrats have responded with their usual tactic, scaremongering.
Somali Rapist Was Not Deported: Rapes Again.
As she campaigns to be elected leader of The Conservative Party and thus Prime Minister, Theresa May glibly promises to be firm in maintaining law and order and to address the problems caused by mass immigration by reforming immigration laws and enforcing border controls. But can she be trusted?
Is Bilderberg A Sinister Group That Runs The World Or Just A Tea Party For Rich And Powerful People
Are the Bilderberg Group meeting, this weekend in Dresden, Germany, really The Shadow Government (the New World Order, The Illuminati,) that rules the world? For years the Bilderberg Group denied its own existence. Now thanks to the diligent work of dedicated investigative journalists we know it is real, yet many ‘liberals’ ‘progressives’, globalists and university dumbed down idiots still insist it is all a conspiracy theory.
BoJo Was Correct – The EU Was A Nazi Idea
The biggest kerfuffle in the EU referedum campaign this week came when the University dumbed Down and brain dead, Labour voting sheeple got their knickers in a twist over comments Boris Johnson made about the E U having originally been a Nazi idea. Boris was accused of misrepresenting or exaggerating the comparison between the EU and the German Nazi’s plan for a union of Europe.
Will Merkel’s Migrant Disaster Drive Germany’s AfD Into Power?
Results from local elections held in Germany last weekend indicate that German Chancellor Angela Merkel is in deep trouble. Her party, the Christian Democrats is losing votes to opponents from the right and left, largely because of the illegal immigrant crisis brought on by Merkel’s crazy ‘open doors’ immigration policy which ahas resulted in Germany admitting criminals, terrorists and many illiterates,
German Election: Will Another Term For Merkel destroy German Economy
According to the latest round of opinion polling ahead of the German elections, Angela Merkel looks set to become the joint longest-serving modern German chancellor, that’s despite having been accused of “putting problems on the back burner, and staved off several attempts to indict her on treason charges for her role in the immigrant crisis. Business organisations have also raised doubts about the economic consequences of re-electing her, warning that her new term may bring “stagnation” for Germany.
Majority of Germans Favour Snap Election as Merkel Coalition Talks Stumble
There appears to be no end in sight to Germany’s crisis of democracy as the European Union’s most populous and economically powerful state continues to stumble along without an effective government. Coalition talks between Chancellor Merkel’s CDU/CSU and the left wing Greens and classical liberal Free Domocrats have stalled over irreconcilable policy demands.
Germany Sees Fourfold Rise in Terrorism-Related Cases
According to a report in the Welt am Sonntag, Germany has experienced a huge rise in the number of terror-related cases in just one year, with prosecutors having dealt with more than 900 cases so far in 2017, compared with 250 cases initiated throughout 2016. Around 700 Islamic extremists now living in Germany have been identified by the Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA) as posing a potential terror threat.
A Week Before Election 30% Of German Voters Still Undecided
Polling companies in Germany are indicating that support for Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservative Christian Democratic Party is still slipping with the election only one week away. More disturbingly perhaps for Hausfrau – Volkfuhere Merkel is the news that over a third of Germans are still unsure how they will vote. An opinion poll published today (15 September) on Friday showing the number of undecideds was not coming down fueled uncertainty about the kind of coalition that will emerge from an election on September 24.
<p><a href=”http://www.greenteethmm.com/immigration-composite.shtml#151030-merkel”><h2>Merkel Faces Crisis As German Ruling Coalition Collapses</h2></a><br />
German Chancellor Angela Merkel faces a crisis in her ruling coalition after Bavarian Premier Horst Seehofer demanded she take steps to halt the tide of illegal immigrants entering the country. To have any chance of surviving, the government must present new initiatives for controlling illegal immigration, deal with the critical situation on the Austrian border …</p>
<p><b><a href=”edbutt.blogspot.co.uk/2017/10/new-german-coalition-in-peril-as.html”>New German Coalition in Peril as Potential Partners Clash over 200,000 Annual Migrant Limit</a></b><br />
Reports that German Chancellor Angela Merkel has agreed a proposal from coalition partner and leader of the Christian Social Union (CSU) Horst Seehofer to limit the number of asylum seekers in Germany to 200,000 per year to secure a ruling coalition may be somewhat premature. Other coalition partners are not as positive on the policy.</p>
<p><b><a href=”http://edbutt.blogspot.co.uk/2017/10/merkel-calls-for-beginning-of-coalition.html”>Merkel Calls for Beginning of Coalition Talks With Greens, Free Democratic Party</a></b><br />
German Chancellor Angela Merkel officially announced on Saturday for the first time that her conservative bloc of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) and its Bavarian sister party Christian Social Union (CSU) will seek to form a coalition government with the centre right Free Democratic Party (FDP) and left wing loony Greens.</p>
German Elections: Anti – EU party AfD 3rd In Polls
Elections take place in Germany this Sunday, September 24, for the federal assembly (Bundestag) and the presidency (Chancellor). While Angela Merkel looks set to win a fourth term as Chancellor and the most likely outcome of the election is another “Grand Coalition” between Christian Democrats and Social Democrats that coalition will be a much-weakened if late polls are to be believed.