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Italy will (might) vote in March next year

National elections in Italy will be held next March, Italian daily newspapers suggested yesterday. Open Europe’s Enea Desideri reviews the prospects for the country and for Europe.

It’s possible that the Italian parliament might now be dissolved before the end of the year, with the President of the Republic’s announcement expected between Christmas and New Year’s, most probably on 27 December.  Nonetheless, some uncertainty on the date remains. It’s also unclear what results the ballot will throw up and what the political future of the country will be.

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