Italy’s Lega party is not considering forming a common group in the European Parliament with the 5-Star Movement, its ruling coalition partner in the Italian government.
“I’m not thinking about a single group,” Lega leader Matteo Salvini said in an interview with Italy's Radio RTL on February 20
Salvini was clarifying his position following an interview that was published on the same day as the interview, in which he was cited as saying that the 5-Star Movement would be “welcome” to join “...
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