Italy's villages face economic crisis fuelled by austerity

Many doubt vow of populist parties in new coalition government to restore rights of working class Italians.

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    As Italy puts the finishing touches on its new coalition government, there is concern in the European Union over its Eurosceptic stance.

    The populist parties won votes by promising to restore the rights of working class Italians who have been hit by austerity.

    Al Jazeera's Laurence Lee reports from a village near Rome that has seen the effects of years of economic stagnation.


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