A Vote Of No Confidence: Italians Doubt Election Pledges

www.oann.com | 3/23/2016 | Staff
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ROME (Reuters) – A vast majority of Italians do not like or believe any of the promises politicians have made ahead of an election for Italy’s 65th government in just over 70 years, according to a survey.

Parties across the political spectrum have unveiled a colorful array of policies ahead of the March 4 vote, which is unlikely to give any one group a mandate to govern alone.

Tax - Cuts - Spending - European - Union

Tax cuts, more public spending and changing European Union budget rules have become a clarion call for all major parties, and several have promised benefits for the poor.

But, when asked in a poll by Index Research which electoral promises they...
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