Rome, May 17 (IANS/AKI) This weekend, the populist Five-Star Movement will explain to members its proposed common agenda with the far-right League at meetings across Italy this weekend, according to message from party staff to its lawmakers seen by Adnkronos.
Five-Star activists are preparing leaflets and background information for the many encounters planned across the country, the message added.
"All elected spokespersons at local and regional government level and in the national and European parliament, as well as mayoral candidates will attend these meetings," the message said.
"It's vital for everyone to take part," the message underlined.
Mattarella has extended indefinitely the last-ditch talks between Five-Star and the League on a tie-up, which began last Thursday. If the two sides agree on a prime minister, Mattarella must approve their pick and lawmakers will vote on the proposed cabinet.
If the Five-Star-League talks on a tie-up fall through, Mattarella will appoint a 'neutral' caretaker cabinet to oversee fresh elections, possibly in the next few months.
Italy has been in political limbo since the inconclusive March 4 election in which Five-Star emerged as the largest party and the centre-right alliance led by Salvini became the biggest political bloc.
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