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Aid Decree, Draghi sees the unions. Towards the top of the center-right on leadership

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Aid Decree, Draghi sees the unions.  Towards the top of the center-right on leadership


The political day includes a summit of the center-right in Montecitorio to untie the knot of leadership and find an agreement on the colleges. Moratti case in Lombardy: «I await clarification. If it doesn’t come, I’ll feel free, ”he said. Frost with Fountain. Letta clarified that due to the electoral law “certain alliances are mandatory”. The secretary of the Democratic Party has seen Sala and Di Maio

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