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Post  Sirop14 on Sun Dec 04, 2016 12:01 pm

Italy referendum: The most dangerous moment for Europe since Brexit
Italians are set to cast their vote in a historic referendum. The exact details of the question they are voting on are quite technical – whether or not to accept constitutional reforms promoted by the centre-left prime minister, Matteo Renzi. But the outcome could have significant political and economic consequences – not just for Italy, but for financial markets and the future of the euro.
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/italy-referendum-what-is-it-about-eurozone-a7454676.html

Italie: le référendum, tremplin pour les populistes?
http://www.lepoint.fr/monde/italie-le-referendum-tremplin-pour-les-populistes-04-12-2016-2087899_24.php

Italien: Die Reform und das Renzi-Referendum
http://derstandard.at/2000048683396/Italien-Die-Reform-und-das-Renzi-Referendum

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Post  Sirop14 on Sun Dec 04, 2016 10:48 pm

Tourist arrivals Another record breaking year for Seychelles​

When the above took place little Seychelles had not idea of the Austrian or Italian election and Referendum outcome - everybody note - including all the leading Families across Italy and the USA - this bunch of flower was handed to a Sicilian couple -

Seychelles announced the circulation of the new notes

What we have been writing during all the Tenure of former President Berlosconi and he is a Sicilian - the coming to office of PM Renzi . Those who saw it fit to give a bunch of flowers to that Family - my person have been serving Italy for the past 35 years not a person have said thank, including the Fiat Family over the years those they have sent our way - safe our Sicilian acquaintance in London Islington and ex Folkestone Cafe. Of course we grow flowers with all kinds of manure.

Even Vatican must be very aware of this situation - it take every cent to keep God church standing/working.

The current EU Central Bank Head surely must be aware if he is not ought leave his apron on the EBC Reception. ( At midnight the EBC Head is expected to address EU the Market and the Financial Community )


http://nation.sc/article.html?id=252056

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