Divided over Draghi, Italy's 5-Star has an identity crisis

By Gavin Jones, Angelo Amante and Giuseppe Fonte ROME (Reuters) – Italy’s 5-Star Movement, once a prototype for successful populist and anti-establishment parties around Europe, is at a crossroads. Does it fully embrace the political mainstream, or revert to being an outsider? With support ebbing, its fate could shape Italian politics for years to come, and the battle lines over its future have been drawn. When the head of state asked former European Central Bank head Mario Draghi on Feb. 2 to try to form a government, and so end Italy’s political stalemate, 5-Star’s leadership immediately rul…

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