Italy’s Renzi Passes 1st Anti-corruption Measures
Premier Matteo Renzi has announced his government’s first concrete measures to rout endemic corruption that has tarnished major public works projects to protect Venice from flooding and for the world Expo 2015 in Milan. The government’s moves came as Venice’s mayor resigned under pressure after reaching a plea agreement for having accepted campaign contributions from a slush fund set up by the consortium overseeing construction of underwater barriers in the Venetian lagoon.
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