Italy’s Conte sworn in as PM of anti-establishment government

Italy has formed a new anti-establishment government following a coalition deal between the 5-Star Movement and the right-wing League. On Friday, Giuseppe Conte, a little-known 53-year-old law professor, was sworn in as PM. Conte will head Western Europe’s first anti-establishment government that is set on overhauling EU rules on budgets and immigration, Reuters reports.

 

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