PHOTO: Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi, who resigned after his loss in the December 4 Italian referendum

In a special edition, the University of Birmingham’s Daniele Albertazzi talk to Political WorldView’s Adam Quinn about the significance of the recent referendum in Italy.

Prime Minister Matteo Renzi stepped down after the defeat of his plan for Constitutional reform, but the subject of the vote was merely the start of issues inside and beyond Italy.

What does the outcome mean for a country, with the rising Five Star political movement? And does this really mark a break between Italy and the European Union — and thus the further decline of the EU?

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