The Italian election has resulted in a stalemate which questions the country's reform agenda. We take a look and talk to Bremer Landesbank's Folker Hellmeyer about the outlook.
Italian voters have delivered an inconclusive result in the country’s election, leading to renewed anxiety about the eurozone. While the center-left won the lower house, the fate of the Senate remains unclear.
The German government has dismissed remarks by former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, who said Germans denied the existence of concentration camps. The chancellery gave the comment short shrift.
Seeking a solution to stalemate in the Senate, Italy's upper house of parliament, election-winner Pier Luigi Bersani has said his center-left alliance will not ally with former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's bloc.
Italian voters snubbed the old guard and no clear winner emerged from the fray, even though a protest movement did capitalize on voters turning their backs on the ruling class. Now, could new elections be on the cards?
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