Di Maio warns dissenters that coalition programme must be honoured
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Italian Deputy Prime Minister Luigi Di Maio said on Saturday the governing coalition program must be respected after a top official raised doubts about a key pledge to introduce a minimum income for the poor.

Di Maio, who is leader of the anti-establishment 5 Star Movement, said the citizen’s income measures would be up and running in the first three months of next year.

“If I see a problem it’s not the resources or the norms but when someone doesn’t believe in what we’re doing,” Di Maio said in an interview in the daily Corriere della Sera.


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