- Italian Crisis Region Sicily Elects New Government . . .
Italian Crisis Region Sicily Elects New Government Paradise Looted How Sicily Became Ungovernable Italy's poorest region, Sicily, is the country's problem child Now it has elected a new government To fix the island, it will have to overcome corruption and widespread Mafia control - and figure out how to convince its population not to leave
- Italian Crisis Region Sicily Elects New Government | Anti . . .
This land, a place where lemon trees bloom four times a year, is blessed with abundance -- of sunshine, world cultural heritage sites, Greek temples, Byzantine frescoes, Arab art, sandy beaches and Michelin stars
- Italys next government is Europes next crisis - CNN
Some believe that Italy's election result means that the "modern barbarians" are literally at the gate of Rome
- Sicily elects new regional president - World Socialist Web . . .
The newly elected regional president of Sicily took office in the Norman Palace in Palermo on November 12 Unlike almost every Sicilian president since the Second World War, Rosario Crocetta is not a Christian Democrat and minion of the Mafia but comes from the Communist Party, was a member of the Stalinist Communist Refoundation party and is considered an active Mafia opponent As mayor of Gela, he twice narrowly escaped assassination attempts by the Cosa Nostra
- Sicily. How an Italian island became ungovernable | afr. com
Italy's poorest region, Sicily, is the country's problem child Now it has elected a new government To fix the island, it will have to overcome corruption and widespread Mafia control – and figure out how to convince its population not to leave This land, a place where lemon trees bloom four
- Italian election 2018: Migration becomes huge issue as . . .
Italian election 2018: Migration now a huge issue as voters react to crisis ITALIAN voters in Sicily could fire a warning shot at pro-migration politicians in Sunday’s election, as Lega Nord candidate Sabina Bonelli called the region a “big refugee camp”
- Conte: leading Italy from a small crisis to utter disaster . . .
For the second time in the past seven years, an Italian government crisis last week threatened to shake the foundations not only of Palazzo Montecitorio but, potentially, of the entire European Union Seven years ago, it was the centre-right government of the scandal-plagued media tycoon Silvio Berlusconi which had the EU a-rocking and a-rolling Last week, it was the formation of a new
- Italy’s new government just left 600 migrants stranded in . . .
We’re closing the ports,” Matteo Salvini, the leader of Italy's anti-immigrant Lega party and Italy’s new interior minister, said Sunday The ship carrying 629 people — including seven pregnant women and 123 unaccompanied children — was left drifting in international waters Monday, between Malta and Sicily Called Aquarius, the vessel belongs to French charity SOS Mediterranée, who on Saturday rescued the migrants