Italian prime minister promises to propose review of citizenship laws and parliamentary reform
Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte (photo credit: G20 Argentina/flickr)
Conte's speech to the Chamber of Deputies on Monday was the longest parliamentary address on record, clocking in at an hour and half. That's partly because he was repeatedly interrupted by jeers from the right-wing opposition, who broke out in chants of "Elections! Elections!" and had to be shushed by the speaker of the house.
But Conte still had plenty of time to promise what he called "a season of reforms" in Italy. Here are the main details.
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