Italy’s shift to the right: the consequences for the EU

Following the shift to the right in Italy, leading politicians warn of consequences for the EU’s ability to act. “These are going to be difficult times for Europe,” tweeted Katarina Barley (SPD), vice president of the European Parliament. Nicola Beer, EP vice president from the FDP, speaks of a “difficult moment for Europe that we need to worry about.”

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