Italy’s 5-Star confronts taboos to stem slump in support

FILE PHOTO: Italian Deputy PM Luigi Di Maio speaks at the 5-Star Movement party's open-air rally at Circo Massimo in Rome, Italy, October 21, 2018. REUTERS/Max Rossi/File Photo

ROME (Reuters) – The leader of Italy‚Äôs 5-Star Movement began on Tuesday to try to stem a steady slide in support since the anti-establishment party stormed to power last year, pledging to reconsider some of its hallmarks and founding principles. 5-Star won 33 percent of the vote at the March 2018 ballot, almost double its […]

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