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The recent protests in Rome have prompted the government to come up with new laws to prevent violence, but will they restrict peaceful demonstrations too? Presenting the proposals, Italy's interior minister Roberto Maroni said: "I realize that these proposals, these initiatives, come into the sphere of constitutional human rights and for this reason I want to open a discussion with all political parties before I present my proposals to a cabinet meeting. Measures that will guarantee everyone's right to protest in a peaceful manner. But also to guarantee to all citizens that the cities they live in will be safe."
Euronews | Aug 26
Silvio Berlusconi's party has threatened to bring down the Italian government if he is expelled from parliament over his tax fraud conviction. Re...