Grillo Says Italy Politicians Trying to Steal Time

April 22 (Bloomberg) -- Beppe Grillo, head of Italy’s anti-establishment Five Star Movement, spoke at a news conference in Rome yesterday following his party's defeat in a regional vote after condemning a deal by political rivals to give President Giorgio Napolitano a second term. Five Star’s Saverio Galluccio had 20 percent of the vote in the northeastern region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia with 64 percent of precincts reporting, placing him third, according to results posted on the region’s website. (Excerpts in Italian with English translation. Source: Bloomberg)
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