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Renzi resigns after a failed referendum in Italy

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After counting the majority of votes in a referendum in Italy, it became clear that about 60% of Italians opposed the reforms initiated by the current Prime Minister. Recall that the idea of ​​Renzi was to strengthen the centralization of power in Italy, taking the lion's share of powers from the regions. In addition, he proposed to reduce the number of Italian senators. This kind of initiative failed.


Renzi acknowledged the failure of the ideas put up for discussion at the referendum, took responsibility for this failure and announced that he was resigning from the powers of the head of the Italian Cabinet of Ministers. It is reported by the news agency Rider.

During the televised address, Matteo Renzi stated:
The experience of my government leadership is over.


Renzi resigns after a failed referendum in Italy


On Twitter, the Italian prime minister wrote that today (December 5) is submitting his resignation to the country's president. Recall that Matteo Renzi has been heading the Italian Cabinet since February 2014.

The Italians perceived the referendum not so much as the Renzi initiative, but as a question of Euro-optimism. It turned out that the majority of Italians are not ready to ensure that the power in the country from the regions was finally taken in favor of Rome, which now stands for continuing to support the policies of Brussels.

Despite the fact that Renzi still remains the prime minister, the struggle for the chair has already begun. Italian political scientists note that good chances appear in Italy’s main Euro-skeptics, the League of the North movement, which unites politicians in the most industrialized regions of the country. "League of the North" is known for its statements and actions aimed at the need for rapprochement with Russia.
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  1. Thrall
    Thrall 5 December 2016 06: 35
    +3
    Angel on the line?
    1. Same lech
      Same lech 5 December 2016 06: 43
      +11
      Our liberals in the government in this turn would stick.
      1. cniza
        cniza 5 December 2016 07: 34
        +3
        Quote: The same Lech
        Our liberals in the government in this turn would stick.


        They can only criticize, and work is not about them.
      2. Sotskiy
        Sotskiy 5 December 2016 08: 36
        +10
        Quote: The same Lech
        Our liberals in the government in this turn would stick.

        First of all; We don't give up "ours".
        Secondly: We have no money, but you stay here. And all the best to you.
        Thirdly: Along the way, only in Italy there were still prime ministers (in our opinion: the Chairman of the government) who are observing the code of honor, who, after the failed policy of their government, are resigning.
        1. dauria
          dauria 5 December 2016 09: 17
          +1
          only in Italy there were still prime ministers (in our opinion: Prime Minister) abiding by the code of honor


          There is nothing to do with honor .... Their system is so arranged, and there isn’t enough power to break it and build everyone on the line. And the government crisis in Italy is like frost in winter in Russia. The phenomenon is constantly periodic from Soviet newspapers.
        2. Iskander Sh
          Iskander Sh 5 December 2016 11: 25
          +1
          Quote: Sovetskiy
          code of honor


          Cameron after staged a vote on "Brexit", after the victory of the supporters of the exit left. Although Bulgaria is a parliamentary republic, after the failure of the presidential elections, the prime minister resigned.
          1. Sotskiy
            Sotskiy 5 December 2016 13: 39
            +1
            Quote: Iskander Sh
            Quote: Sovetskiy
            code of honor


            Cameron after staged a vote on "Brexit", after the victory of the supporters of the exit left. Although Bulgaria is a parliamentary republic, after the failure of the presidential elections, the prime minister resigned.

            Well, this is not about us? lol
        3. Sergej1972
          Sergej1972 5 December 2016 12: 06
          +1
          The official name of the post is Renzi - Chairman of the Council of Ministers.
      3. The black
        The black 5 December 2016 08: 48
        +1
        Another Brexit pecks. In a couple of years, Germany alone will remain with the Baltic and East European colonies. smile
      4. Nyrobsky
        Nyrobsky 5 December 2016 09: 56
        +2
        Quote: The same LYOKHA
        Our liberals in the government in this turn would stick.

        Quote: cniza
        They can only criticize, and work is not about them.

        Yes, in general, our government needs to be updated at least 50%, along with DAM. Vaughn Renzi has the courage to resign with his jamb, and DAM, when his Minister of Economic Development takes bribes, does not consider this a jamb at all ...
    2. Finches
      Finches 5 December 2016 07: 20
      +6
      The only thing I’d like to say about this is that it’s not bad for our high-ranking officials to learn from Europeans to ask popular opinion about various state changes, and at the municipal level, too ... And then bam, a tararats pointer like snow on his head or some other trick: a bridge, a street rename, some kind of signpost somewhere ..., they say, why consult with the people, he’s pl ..., would ..., just the people! In this area, the level of political culture in the West is much higher than here in Russia, which I have to admit, despite all my Slavophilism!
    3. AID.S
      AID.S 5 December 2016 08: 04
      0
      Quote: Thrall
      Angel on the line?

      Old Man Angel laughing
  2. evil partisan
    evil partisan 5 December 2016 06: 42
    +4
    Even did not ask in Europe with referenda what ... First, Holland fiddled, then Brexit the cursed drew and then again ... sad
    1. Gormenghast
      Gormenghast 5 December 2016 07: 19
      +2
      Even did not ask in Europe with referenda


      This simply proves that in Europe there is no democracy, but a generally healthy society with a totalitarian mold that believes that it knows best what the people want.
      The referendums will soon be canceled because "people are stupid"And"ilita knows". All power to Brussels! laughing But you do not need to choose Brussels homunculi, otherwise you will want to ask. laughing They must be appointed - in the latest democratic traditions.
      1. cniza
        cniza 5 December 2016 07: 36
        +4
        Quote: wicked partisan
        Even did not ask in Europe with referenda what ... First, Holland fiddled, then Brexit the cursed drew and then again ... sad


        It seems they will go dear to the UK, and blame ... well, you know who.
        1. Barbulator
          Barbulator 5 December 2016 11: 03
          +1
          Oh, I would rather blame Russia for the collapse of the EU!
      2. Sotskiy
        Sotskiy 5 December 2016 08: 54
        0
        Quote: Gormengast
        The referendums will soon be canceled because "the people are stupid" and "ilita knows." All power to Brussels!

        Maybe you are not looking so far to see what is going on under your nose? Or do you think that, unlike Brussels, Moscow will abolish the freedom to register enterprises and oblige enterprises to register at their location (in the regions), while refusing the lion's share of tax revenue from these enterprises? laughing lol
        1. Gormenghast
          Gormenghast 5 December 2016 09: 05
          +1
          Or do you think that, unlike Brussels, Moscow will abolish the freedom to register enterprises and oblige enterprises to register at their location (in the regions), while refusing the lion's share of tax revenue from these enterprises?


          belay And what does this have to do with democracy? Putin was elected in any case, but not a single Brussels official - no. The promise is this. As soon as the people are allowed to vote, it turns out that their opinion sharply diverges from the opinion of the authorities, analysts and other soothsayers.

          Will there be a referendum on migrants in Germany? laughing No, because in this case, Merkel will turn into a Chetel and fall right into hell. laughing
          1. Sotskiy
            Sotskiy 5 December 2016 09: 27
            0
            Quote: Gormengast
            And what does this have to do with democracy? Putin was elected in any case, but not a single Brussels official - no.

            And why are you interfering in one heap the election of Presidents with the appointment of officials? In this case, officials are appointed and not elected.
            About Democracy. Oh yeah! We have it!
            Do you think, knowing that the Chairman of the All-Russian political party "UNITED RUSSIA" and the Prime Minister of the Russian Federation in one person, Dmitry Medvedev, a lot of people from that minority of 47,8% that came to the elections voted for " EP "in the elections to the State Duma?
            Nevertheless, United Russia has an overwhelming majority. Democracy? And then!
  3. igorka357
    igorka357 5 December 2016 06: 45
    +5
    It’s Putin's fault .. shook all of Europe ... such a scoundrel, but ..)))
    1. Evdokim
      Evdokim 5 December 2016 06: 54
      +5
      Yes, I also caught up with the Papuans, and set hackers in earflaps with balalaikas, wait, the bears will land on bicycles soon. wassat
    2. vovanpain
      vovanpain 5 December 2016 07: 48
      +7
      Quote: igorka357
      It’s Putin's fault .. shook all of Europe ... such a scoundrel, but ..)))

      So colleague, Operation Shatun extends not only to Ukraine, but to the whole world. repeat
  4. Deniska999
    Deniska999 5 December 2016 06: 48
    0
    In normal countries they do so.
    1. Mountain shooter
      Mountain shooter 5 December 2016 07: 20
      +2
      And in the abnormal harness of opponents alive and try to crush the tanks. Did you mean that?
  5. aszzz888
    aszzz888 5 December 2016 06: 54
    0
    He took responsibility for this failure and announced that he was resigning his powers as head of the Italian cabinet.


    Blown away, italiano blah, and everything goes to a regular point.
  6. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 5 December 2016 07: 09
    +1
    The experience of my government leadership is over.

    No one pulled the language before the referendum. High self-conceit exceeded the real situation.
  7. valent45
    valent45 5 December 2016 07: 28
    0
    Referenda are a fairly powerful tool of popular expression. True, it does not affect power everywhere (for example, Holland). It would not hurt to hold a referendum in Germany on the issue of, for example, trust in the government or on some other issue, in order to rock the boat there too.
    1. Stirbjorn
      Stirbjorn 5 December 2016 09: 10
      +1
      Quote: valent45
      It would not hurt to hold a referendum in Germany on, for example, confidence in the government
      But doesn’t it interfere with us? or all is well and the situation in the economy is perfect, as Shuvalov said recently
    2. Sergej1972
      Sergej1972 5 December 2016 12: 11
      0
      I won’t lie, I don’t know for sure. But, in my opinion, in the Federal Republic of Germany, as, by the way, in the USA, referenda are allowed only at the level of the subjects of the federation (in the case of the Federal Republic of Germany this is land) and municipalities.
  8. nivander
    nivander 5 December 2016 07: 33
    0
    the respondents said so "... first deal with the blacks and Arabs. and only then pull the rat's paws to Piedmont and Venice"
  9. uskrabut
    uskrabut 5 December 2016 08: 40
    +1
    Oh how! He resigned! And our though n ..... in the eyes of all God's dew. Our (in the sense of prime minister) will not submit to resignation because of such trifles.
  10. Sotskiy
    Sotskiy 5 December 2016 13: 52
    0
    Quote: Finches
    And then bam, a tararat pointer, like snow on his head or some other trick: a bridge, a street rename, some kind of signboard somewhere ..., they say, why consult with the people, he’ll ..., would. .., just the people!

    But what about the ubiquitous initiatives of D.A. Medvedev? belay crying It will cancel 100 watt bulbs, then move the arrows around the country back and forth, then donate the oil shelf to the Norwegians, then "enter" the WTO. And in general, according to him, we have no crisis, while the cost of living is officially reduced.
    Not well, but what? Damned Americans are to blame for everything!