Italy NEXT to reject establishment as protest vote set to WIN referendum, shock poll finds
The embattled prime minister has also proposed tax breaks for companies that create jobs in the south to tackle youth unemployment and stimulate investment, in a last ditch attempt to swing the referendum his way.
Italy is the eurozone’s third-largest economy but most ordinary Italians, particularly those living in the south, still struggle to get by.
Emanuele Fusco, a 25-year-old barman, said: “A Yes vote is just a way to fool people. We should send this government packing and let everyone know how much they’ve screwed us.”