Italy's coalition government struggles to avert collapse

09/11/2013 | ANSA (Italy) · Bloomberg

Bond investors are watching nervously as Italy's shaky coalition government decides whether former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi should be removed from Parliament after his fraud conviction. Supporters and critics clash over whether the law requiring Parliament to strip Berlusconi of his seat applies to his conviction. Berlusconi's party has threatened to pull out of the coalition and bring down the government if he loses his seat.

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