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-- we've got we've got the breaking news out of Italy we've got to get back to Ashley Webster who -- the company now from Rome Ashley.
Yeah Asia -- like -- that we have Alitalia Berlusconi won that vote ailing Italian parliament.
But only 300 -- votes why isn't that critical that means people lost -- majority now in the lower house of parliament.
Essentially what happened was all with the opposition.
Did not vote and Mena house of parliament with 630 -- -- -- 53 -- he nearly didn't have a great majority so that's what happened ended up with 300 made both.
Yet but based -- is that has been severely damaged shows that he does not have a majority any -- Now the -- barely able squarely in fiscal what this Silvio Berlusconi is so needed now.
-- huge coal for him to resign including apparel or Northern League which he is.
But -- coalition which so that the tremendous pressure on him now to step down will continue to monitor straddles.
But this is the first -- something they EU I think was looking all the current that was believe.
That developed only just wasn't -- the top of getting the budget on the control.
Actually you know and a run up to move might have been a climax of this Greece situation we saw a tremendous amount of riots we saw just.
You know it strikes garbage piling up in the middle the streets.
You get a sense of Roma Italy sort of leaning in that direction right now.
Well they want to protest.
Actually broke out at a music concerts this weekend.
Nothing on the scale that we've seen in Greece we have seen a lot of labor disputes has been an ongoing -- strike here.
And I would have mentioned -- labor disputes will come probably pick up because some of the austerity measures they'll have to be hidden in put in place.
Will start to affect the people of -- deal there's no doubt about it so I would imagine by about.
That's standard -- we will see more of that but for the eurozone as a whole this has to be addressed.
Quickly because clearly.
As it -- the bailout fund is just not enough to handle a country the size of its fleet should it the fault and should it need.
A lot of bailout money.
You know actually -- Berlusconi's he's been in trouble for a long time so this isn't necessarily new.
And it felt like guy -- -- his side disagreement with the Northern -- with respect to retirement age being 67 Italy I thought they had sort of address that issue but.
If that's just the one little linchpin holding togethers -- his coalition government.
You -- -- perhaps could concede on that particular issue and try to stay in power.
Well let's -- born child -- really that's up slum dog is me of that Italian politics he's he's devised buildup but they.
Vote of confidence vehicles -- by the way the defendant couldn't -- different trials including.
Tracks for the bribery.
And also having sex with a seventeen year old girl this little part of Italian politics but this is different -- because.
Now it is on the world stage and the financial markets it's -- Italy.
But you don't have -- -- you'll prime minister that we want to.
And we want -- that.
These steps will be taken and it's not like it can go around and twists and moms now to sit on a much bigger scales -- is -- -- political future is very very wealthy and I.
Ashley Webster live from Rome thank you very much actually we really appreciate it how would.
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