Italy's parliament adopts Senate constitutional reforms, paves way for referendum
13 April 2016
Italian Prime Minster Renzi (photo credit: Reuters/Remo Casilli)
The Italian parliament passed Prime Minister Matteo Renzi's flagship constitutional reform on Tuesday, opening the way for a referendum later this year on an overhaul aimed at giving Italy more stable governments. Renzi says the reform will increase political stability and end decades of revolving-door governments that have made it difficult to revive the country's debt-ridden economy. He has promised to resign if the referendum goes against him.
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