30th Sep 2016


Five-Star Movement big enough to win next Italian elections

Italy's 5-Star Movement has overtaken PM Matteo Renzi's Democratic Party as the most popular party and would win if a national election was held today, three opinion polls showed. The 5-Star Movement was founded by comedian Beppe Grillo in 2009 and wants a referendum on whether Italy should stay in the European Union. M5S's MEP David Borrelli co-chairs the European Parliament's EFDD group with Ukip's Nigel Farage.

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