- Italians elected a new parliament on Sunday.
- The populist Five Star Movement and (formerly Northern) League made gains at the expense of mainstream parties.
- Neither the combined right nor a left-right coalition of Matteo Renzi’s Democrats and Silvio Berlusconi’s Forza Italia would have a majority.
No Party or Coalition Wins Majority in Italy
Populist Five Star Movement and League gain at the expense of mainstream parties.
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