Italy's 5-Star Movement appears to have closed the door on any possibility of resurrecting the country's ruling coalition.
The League has presented a no-confidence motion in the government but the Senate rejected its request for it to be debated on Wednesday, and instead decided that Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte should address the upper house over the crisis on August 20.
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Five Star Movement politicians were forced to sit down for a 40-minute high-school style exam on Tuesday.
The foundations of Italy's warring coalition parties are being shaken by the huge debt being faced by Rome and the urgent need for a financial bailout
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The capital's €12 billion debt must be restructured to avoid defaulting, but the League and the Five Star movement are far apart on the issue.
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The government says those who take part will be signing an employment pact or a social inclusion pact, with recipients expected to retrain and get back into the work force.
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The anti-establishment Five-Star Movement and the far-right League, which have drawn up a coalition pact aimed at ending months of deadlock, have nominated political novice Giuseppe Conte as the man they want to enact their radical policy plans.
Over the weekend, a majority of Italians participating in an informal ballot approved a policy agenda from the two parties
Italy's far-right League, led by Matteo Salvini, is giving Italians the chance to vote on the deal it has drawn up with the 5-Star Movement
Commentators have been having a field day over attempts by Italy's unlikely coalition hopefuls to draw up a plan for government.
The two big winners from the Italian election have considered plans to pull out of the Euro, seek debt relief and raise benefits.
The anti-establishment 5-Star Movement and the far-right League said they had made progress towards forming a government
Italy's rival parties had to put their differences aside in order to choose leaders of both houses of parliament
As a result of Italy's inconclusive election the leaders of rival parties now have to envisage working together or face another ballot