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Talks to form a new government between Italy’s ruling 5-Star Movement and the opposition Democratic Party (PD) are at risk of failure over who should become the next interior minister, a PD spokesman said on Tuesday.
The two parties, traditional political enemies, are trying to forge a coalition government after 5-Star’s 14-month-old coalition with the right-wing League party broke down this month.
The PD spokesman accused 5-Star leader Luigi Di Maio of hindering talks with his request to serve as interior minister as well as deputy prime minister, Reuters said.
Shortly after, however, 5-Star sources said Di Maio had never demanded the Interior Ministry.