Rome (AP) - The right-wing populist Matteo Salvini has led a rally in Rome against the new Italian government. One and a half months after the start of the current coalition, numerous opponents of the government filled the central Piazza San Giovanni, which is actually known for left-wing gatherings, at the Italian Pride protest. Salvini accused the new government of importing too many migrants rescued into the Mediterranean and raising taxes.
Demonstrations: Salvini leads anti-government demonstration in Rome
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