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        Italian government crisis likened to Hungarian politics

        Tuesday, August 27th, 2019

        A political analyst believes Italy’s Five Star movement is facing an comparable to that of two Hungarian opposition parties. READ MORE

        Matteo Salvini bids for snap Italian election

        Monday, August 26th, 2019

        An anti-government commentator hopes that the Italian Left will derail Matteo Salvini’s effort to call a snap election and gain absolute power. A pro-government analyst, on the other hand, welcomes Salvini’s plan, suggesting that an early election is necessary to restore democratic governance. READ MORE

        PM Orbán meets Matteo Salvini in Milan

        Thursday, August 30th, 2018

        Commentators agree that the two leaders have challenged the European political élites on immigration, without however fully agreeing on how to tackle it. READ MORE

        Italy turns back migrant ship

        Wednesday, June 13th, 2018

        A pro-government commentator welcomes Italy’s decision to turn back the rescue ship with hundreds of undocumented migrants, and blames the plight of migrants on pro-migration NGOs. A left-wing columnist accuses anti-immigrant parties that claim to defend Christian Europe of violating basic Christian values. READ MORE

        Lessons of the Italian election

        Wednesday, March 7th, 2018

        A right-wing and a left-wing columnist agree that it will be difficult to govern Italy after the election resulted in stalemate between the Five Star Movement and a right-wing alliance. But they offer diametrically opposed interpretations of the vote. READ MORE

        Is Italy following in Hungary’s footsteps?

        Friday, June 30th, 2017

        A conservative commentator quotes earlier statements by Italian left-wing leader Matteo Renzi who used to condemn Hungary for building a fence along its southern borders and who now complains that Italy cannot cope with the inflow of migrants from Africa. READ MORE

        Renzi threatens to block EU subsidies to Eastern Europe

        Friday, October 28th, 2016

        A conservative columnist calls Italy’s Prime Minister a populist, after Matteo Renzi said he would veto the budget of the European Union if east European countries continue to refuse to host their share of refugees. READ MORE