Giuseppe Conte Demission

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  • Italy Politics
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    Italy Politics
    08/20/2019
    Gregorio Borgia/AP/SIPA
    Italian Deputy-Premier Matteo Salvini gestures at the Senate in Rome, Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2019. Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte blasted the League's leader and Interior Minister Matteo Salvini for his decision to spark a government crisis that risk triggering "a spiral of political and financial instability." Conte addressed the Senate on Tuesday in a much-awaited speech after Salvini's far-right League two weeks ago landed a no-confidence vote against Conte's government pushing it on the verge...

  • Italy Politics
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    Italy Politics
    08/20/2019
    Claudio Peri/AP/SIPA
    Interior Minister Matteo Salvini kisses a rosary as Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte, center, flanked at right by Deputy Premier Luigi Di Maio, addresses the Senate, in Rome, Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2019. Italian Premier Conte blasted the League's leader Salvini for his decision to spark a government crisis that risks triggering "a spiral of political and financial instability." (Claudio Peri/ANSA via AP)/ROM806/19232510405192/ITALY OUT/1908201620

  • Italy: Senate speech of the Premier just before his resignation
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    Italy: Senate speech of the Premier just before his resignation
    08/20/2019
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    Matteo Salvini and Giuseppe Conte
    Rome August 20th 2019. Senate. Speech of the Prime Minister about the crisis of Government. Just after the speech the Premier went to the President of the Republic to resign
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  • The Italian Prime Minister speaks in Rome, Italy - 20 Aug 2019
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    The Italian Prime Minister speaks in Rome, Italy - 20 Aug 2019
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    Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte announces his resignation while speaking at the Senate Assembly. (Photo by Cosimo Martemucci / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)/27166007//1908210206

  • Italy: Senate speech of the Premier just before his resignation
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    Italy: Senate speech of the Premier just before his resignation
    08/20/2019
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    Matteo Salvini and Giuseppe Conte
    Rome August 20th 2019. Senate. Speech of the Prime Minister about the crisis of Government. Just after the speech the Premier went to the President of the Republic to resign
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  • Italy: Senate speech of the Premier just before his resignation
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    Italy: Senate speech of the Premier just before his resignation
    08/20/2019
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    Matteo Salvini and Giuseppe Conte
    Rome August 20th 2019. Senate. Speech of the Prime Minister about the crisis of Government. Just after the speech the Premier went to the President of the Republic to resign
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  • Italy: Senate speech of the Premier just before his resignation
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    Italy: Senate speech of the Premier just before his resignation
    08/20/2019
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    Matteo Salvini, Giuseppe Conte and Luigi Di Maio
    Rome August 20th 2019. Senate. Speech of the Prime Minister about the crisis of Government. Just after the speech the Premier went to the President of the Republic to resign
    (Photo /Insidefoto/Sipa USA)/27164709/www.insidefoto.com/1908202136

  • Italy: Senate speech of the Premier just before his resignation
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    Italy: Senate speech of the Premier just before his resignation
    08/20/2019
    Insidefoto/Sipa USA/SIPA
    Matteo Salvini, Giuseppe Conte and Luigi Di Maio
    Rome August 20th 2019. Senate. Speech of the Prime Minister about the crisis of Government. Just after the speech the Premier went to the President of the Republic to resign
    (Photo /Insidefoto/Sipa USA)/27164713/www.insidefoto.com/1908202136

  • Italy Politics
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    Italy Politics
    08/20/2019
    Ettore Ferrari/AP/SIPA
    Senators congratulate Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte, center, at the end of his address to the Senate, in Rome, Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2019. Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte has told senators he’s handing in his resignation because his right-wing coalition partner has yanked its support for the populist government. (Ettore Ferrari/ANSA via AP)/ROM820/19232675652794/ITALY OUT/1908202054

  • APTOPIX Italy Politics
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    APTOPIX Italy Politics
    08/20/2019
    Ettore Ferrari/AP/SIPA
    Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte, center, is congratulated at the end of his address to the Senate, in Rome, Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2019. Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte has told senators he’s handing in his resignation because his right-wing coalition partner has yanked its support for the populist government. (Ettore Ferrari/ANSA via AP)/ROM821/19232675757409/ITALY OUT/1908202157

  • Italy Politics
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    Italy Politics
    08/20/2019
    Gregorio Borgia/AP/SIPA
    Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte, right, is flanked by Deputy-Premier Matteo Salvini as he addresses the Senate in Rome, Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2019. The political showdown on Tuesday was triggered two weeks ago by hard-line Interior Minister Matteo Salvini, known across Europe for his tough stance against migrants, when he pulled the plug on the shaky populist coalition forged only 14 months earlier between his right-wing League and the anti-establishment 5-Star Movement. (AP Photo/Gregorio...

  • Italy Politics
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    Italy Politics
    08/20/2019
    Gregorio Borgia/AP/SIPA
    Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte, right, is flanked by Deputy-Premier Matteo Salvini as he addresses the Senate in Rome, Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2019. The political showdown on Tuesday was triggered two weeks ago by hard-line Interior Minister Matteo Salvini, known across Europe for his tough stance against migrants, when he pulled the plug on the shaky populist coalition forged only 14 months earlier between his right-wing League and the anti-establishment 5-Star Movement. (AP Photo/Gregorio...

  • Italy Politics
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    Italy Politics
    08/20/2019
    Ettore Ferrari/AP/SIPA
    Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte, center, greets Deputy Premier and Interior Minister Matteo Salvini, as he arrive to address the Senate, in Rome, Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2019. Italian Premier Conte blasted the League's leader Salvini for his decision to spark a government crisis that risks triggering "a spiral of political and financial instability." (Ettore Ferrari/ANSA via AP)/ROM804/19232497482836/ITALY OUT/1908201557

  • Italy Politics
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    Italy Politics
    08/20/2019
    Gregorio Borgia/AP/SIPA
    Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte addresses the Senate as Deputy-Premier Matteo Salvini kisses a rosary while sitting beside him, in Rome, Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2019. The political showdown on Tuesday was triggered two weeks ago by hard-line Interior Minister Matteo Salvini, known across Europe for his tough stance against migrants, when he pulled the plug on the shaky populist coalition forged only 14 months earlier between his right-wing League and the anti-establishment 5-Star Movement. (AP...

  • Italy Politics
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    Italy Politics
    08/20/2019
    Gregorio Borgia/AP/SIPA
    Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte, right, is flanked by Deputy-Premier Matteo Salvini as he addresses the Senate in Rome, Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2019. The political showdown on Tuesday was triggered two weeks ago by hard-line Interior Minister Matteo Salvini, known across Europe for his tough stance against migrants, when he pulled the plug on the shaky populist coalition forged only 14 months earlier between his right-wing League and the anti-establishment 5-Star Movement. (AP Photo/Gregorio...

  • Italy Politics
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    Italy Politics
    08/20/2019
    Gregorio Borgia/AP/SIPA
    Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte, right, is flanked by Deputy-Premier Matteo Salvini as he addresses the Senate in Rome, Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2019. The political showdown on Tuesday was triggered two weeks ago by hard-line Interior Minister Matteo Salvini, known across Europe for his tough stance against migrants, when he pulled the plug on the shaky populist coalition forged only 14 months earlier between his right-wing League and the anti-establishment 5-Star Movement. (AP Photo/Gregorio...

  • Italy Politics
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    Italy Politics
    08/20/2019
    Gregorio Borgia/AP/SIPA
    Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte, right, looks at Deputy-Premier Matteo Salvini as he addresses the Senate in Rome, Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2019. The political showdown on Tuesday was triggered two weeks ago by hard-line Interior Minister Matteo Salvini, known across Europe for his tough stance against migrants, when he pulled the plug on the shaky populist coalition forged only 14 months earlier between his right-wing League and the anti-establishment 5-Star Movement. (AP Photo/Gregorio...

  • APTOPIX Italy Politics
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    APTOPIX Italy Politics
    08/20/2019
    Gregorio Borgia/AP/SIPA
    Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte, right, shares a word with Deputy-Premier Matteo Salvini before addressing the Senate in Rome, Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2019. The political showdown on Tuesday was triggered two weeks ago by hard-line Interior Minister Matteo Salvini, known across Europe for his tough stance against migrants, when he pulled the plug on the shaky populist coalition forged only 14 months earlier between his right-wing League and the anti-establishment 5-Star Movement. (AP Photo/Gregorio...

  • Italy Politics
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    Italy Politics
    08/20/2019
    Gregorio Borgia/AP/SIPA
    Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte, right, speaks as Deputy-Premier Matteo Salvini gestures beside him, at the Senate in Rome, Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2019. The political showdown on Tuesday was triggered two weeks ago by hard-line Interior Minister Matteo Salvini, known across Europe for his tough stance against migrants, when he pulled the plug on the shaky populist coalition forged only 14 months earlier between his right-wing League and the anti-establishment 5-Star Movement. (AP Photo/Gregorio...

  • Italy Politics
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    Italy Politics
    06/27/2018
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    Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte, center, is flanked by Labour Minister Luigi Di Maio, left, and Interior Minister Matteo Salvini as he reports to the Lower House ahead of this week's European Council summit, in Rome, Wednesday, June, 27, 2018. (Alessandro Di Meo/ANSA via AP)/ROM101/18178352815663/ITALY OUT/1806271531

  • Italy, new goverment, premier Giuseppe Conte
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    Italy, new goverment, premier Giuseppe Conte
    06/05/2018
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    Italy, Rome, June 05 : Italian Prime Minister, Giuseppe Conte delivers his speech during the confidence vote for the new government at the Italian Senate. In the picture at left vice premier Luigi Di Maio and right vice premier Matteo Salvini

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  • New government at the Senate, Rome, Italy - 05 Jun 2018
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    New government at the Senate, Rome, Italy - 05 Jun 2018
    06/05/2018
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    Minister of Economic Development, Job, Social policies Luigi Di Maio, Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte, Minister of Interior Matteo Salvini during the debut of M5S-League government, Rome, Italy 05 May 2018//AGFEDITORIAL_AGF01549/Credit:Armando Dadi/AGF/SIPA/1806051645

  • New government at the Senate, Rome, Italy - 05 Jun 2018
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    New government at the Senate, Rome, Italy - 05 Jun 2018
    06/05/2018
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    Minister of Economic Development, Job, Social policies Luigi Di Maio, Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte, Minister of Interior Matteo Salvini during the debut of M5S-League government, Rome, Italy 05 May 2018//AGFEDITORIAL_AGF01559/Credit:Armando Dadi/AGF/SIPA/1806051645

  • ITALY-ROME-CONTE-PRESS CONFERENCE
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    ITALY-ROME-CONTE-PRESS CONFERENCE
    08/08/2019
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    (190808) -- ROME, Aug. 8, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte attends a press conference in Rome, Italy, Aug. 8, 2019. Giuseppe Conte said late on Thursday that he will ask parliament for a vote of confidence after Interior Minister Matteo Salvini called for snap elections earlier in the evening, bringing Italy one step closer to a government crisis. (Photo by Alberto Lingria/ Xinhua) - -//CHINENOUVELLE_chine013739/1908090927/Credit:CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA/1908090931

  • ITALY-EU
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    ITALY-EU
    08/02/2019
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    European Commission President and Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte hold a joint press conference ahead of their meeting at Chigi Palace in Rome
    Rome, Italy - 02/08/2019.
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  • Italy Politics
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    Italy Politics
    05/23/2018
    Fabio Frustaci/AP/SIPA
    Giuseppe Conte arrives to meet Italian President Sergio Mattarella at the Quirinale Palace in Rome, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. Italy's president summoned Giuseppe Conte for consultations Wednesday to see if the law professor tapped by the euroskeptic 5-Star Movement and League as their candidate for premier has what it takes to try to form a government. (Fabio Frustaci/ANSA via AP)/ROM104/18143565810287/ITALY OUT/1805231749

  • Italy Politics
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    Italy Politics
    05/20/2018
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    FILE -- Feb. 27, 2018 file photo showing Giuseppe Conte, in Rome. Conte is mentioned by Italian media as a leading candidate to become a new Italian government premier. (Angelo Carconi/ANSA via AP)/ROM102/18140641328496/ITALY OUT
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  • Italy Politics
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    Italy Politics
    03/01/2018
    Alessandra Tarantino/AP/SIPA
    In this photo taken on Thursday, March 1, 2018, Giuseppe Conte smiles during a meeting in Rome. Italy edged toward its first populist government Monday as the eurosceptic 5-Star Movement and the right-wing League indicated a 54-year-old law professor with no political experience as their candidate for premier. Neither 5-Star leader Luigi Di Maio nor League leader Matteo Salvini named Giuseppe Conte in brief remarks to reporters after leaving a closed-door meeting with President Sergio...

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    05/28/2018
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    (180527) -- ROME, May 27, 2018 (Xinhua) -- Italian prime minister-designate Giuseppe Conte addresses a press conference after meeting with Italian President Sergio Mattarella in Rome, Italy, on May 27, 2018. Conte on Sunday remitted his mandate after Italian President Sergio Mattarella nixed his choice of euroskeptic economist Paolo Savona as finance minister. (Xinhua/Alberto Lingria) - Alberto Lingria -//CHINENOUVELLE_80188/Credit:CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA/1805280905

  • Italy NATO
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    Italy NATO
    06/11/2018
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    Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte waits for the arrival of NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg at Chigi Palace, in Rome, Monday, June 11, 2018. (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia)/ROM105/18162325249888/1806111110

  • Italy Politics
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    Italy Politics
    10/22/2018
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    Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte arrives at a press conference at the foreign press club in Rome, Monday, Oct. 22, 2018. (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia)/GB101/18295405449265/1810221328

  • Italy Politics
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    Italy Politics
    10/20/2018
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    Minister Luigi Di Maio, Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte and Minister Matteo Salvini during a press conference at Chigi Palace
    Rome, Italy - 20/10/2018
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  • Italy Politics
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    Italy Politics
    10/20/2018
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    Minister Luigi Di Maio, Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte and Minister Matteo Salvini during a press conference at Chigi Palace
    Rome, Italy - 20/10/2018
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  • Italy Fugitive Militant
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    Italy Fugitive Militant
    01/14/2019
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    Interior Minister Matteo Salvini, left, and Italian premier Giuseppe Conte, right, gesture as they talk at the end of a press conference in Rome Monday, Jan.14, 2019. Cesare Battisti, a left-wing Italian militant who was convicted of murder three decades ago, arrived in Rome Monday, to serve a life prison sentence, after his life as a celebrity fugitive came to an abrupt end with his arrest in Bolivia by a team of Interpol agents. (AP Photo/Allessandra Tarantino)/xap101/19014520455170/1901141531

  • Government press conference on the arrest of Cesare Battisti Palazzo Chigi Rome Italy
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    Government press conference on the arrest of Cesare Battisti Palazzo Chigi Rome Italy
    01/14/2019
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    Italian Minister of Interior and Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini, Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte during the press conference on the arrest of Italian former terrorist fugitive Cesare Battisti in Palazzo Chigi, Rome, ITALY-14-01-2019//AGFEDITORIAL_FOT140119-55/Credit:Francesco Fotia/AGF/SIPA/1901151015

  • Italy Politics
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    Italy Politics
    08/08/2019
    Alberto Pellaschiar/AP/SIPA
    Italian premier Giuseppe Conte gives a press conference at Chigi Palace in Rome Thursday evening, Aug. 8, 2019. Italy faced a government crisis Thursday as Interior Minister Matteo Salvini of the right-wing League party called for a new election, saying his party's coalition with the populist 5-Star Movement had collapsed over policy differences. (AP Photo/Alberto Pellaschiar)/XAP106/19220777738259//1908082340

  • Italy Bridge Collapse Anniversary
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    Italy Bridge Collapse Anniversary
    08/14/2019
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    Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte shakes hands with Interior Minister Matteo Salvini as they attend a remembrance ceremony to mark the first anniversary of the Morandi bridge collapse, in Genoa, Italy, Wednesday, Aug. 14, 2019. The Morandi bridge was a road viaduct on the A10 motorway in Genoa, that collapsed one year ago killing 43 people. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)/XAC111/19226371498241//1908141225

  • Italy Politics
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    Italy Politics
    08/13/2019
    Alberto Pellaschiar/AP/SIPA
    Italian Interior Minister and Deputy-Premier Matteo Salvini addresses the Senate in Rome, Tuesday, Aug. 13, 2019. Italy’s political leaders scrambled to line up allies and form alliances Tuesday as the country’s right-wing interior minister pressed his demands for an early election in the hope of snagging the premiership as a platform for his anti-migrant, euroskeptic agenda. Senators hastily summoned back from a vacation break convened for a vote on scheduling their consideration of a...