ROME (Reuters) – Polls inside Italy opened for the next plus final day of voting about Monday, with a surge inside protest votes improving worries of a unclear result which might hamper financial reforms. "I'm sick of the scandals as well as the stealing," mentioned Paolo Gentile, a 49-year-old attorney from Rome that mentioned he had voted for the 5-Star Movement, an anti-establishment group set to create a big impact at this, its initial general election. "We want several young, new persons inside parliament, not the older parties which are totally discredited. …
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