Italy's five-star anti-establishment movement announced Wednesday that it has struck a deal with the left Democratic Party to form a coalition government – keeping Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte's fight on the spot, avoiding elections and pushing the right-wing leadership.
The shocking turn of events comes a week after the collapse of the current government.
Salvini, who was the deputy prime minister and whose party rose to the polls, demanded early elections and said that the 5-star Coalition Government was not working amid growing tensions between coalition parties. Polls suggest the Salvini League may win enough seats to rule directly or with a smaller right-wing party.
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But 5-star Leader Luigi Di , which would mean the Italians would not go to the ballot boxes and that would keep Conte as prime minister.
According to Italian news ANSA, Di Mayo said he felt "guaranteed" by Conte "for the policies we want to implement." He also claims that the 5-star is "post-ideological." . "Meanwhile, Democratic leader Nicola Zingaretti said the new government would be" redistributive and green "in terms of economy.
The league and the 5-star formed a coalition in the spring of 2018, but it was an unpleasant one marked by fighting. for everything from economy to immigration – where Salvini, who also serves as interior minister, supported hard policies on migrants coming from Africa.
Since that election, the number of League polls has risen and 5-stars have fallen, Recent studies with League polls are estimated to be around 36 percent and Democrats 21 percent, meanwhile, the five-star voted 18 percent.
However, without new elections, parliamentary mathematics remains the same as it was 14 months ago – with Five-Star representing the largest party in parliament. It will now depend on President Matarella to decide whether the pact represents a stable government or whether the country should continue with new elections.
Conte's position was strengthened this week when President Trump, who shares a similar vision on immigration with Salvin, tweets his support for Conte – calling him "a very talented man who will hopefully remain Prime Minister!"  ITALIAN NATIONAL LEADER SALVINI, POLITICAL WAREHOUSE, DELETING OF THE SIPACIES OF ITALY
Di Mayo said that Tweets show "the way is right."
Meanwhile, furious Salvin renewed his call for elections and expressed "the amazement of millions of Italians at the ill-fated theater of the armchairs, which lasts for days. "
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He also predicted that the government would fail, saying
" They are already fighting before ruling, good to vote right away, "he says.