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Italy's ruling coalition patched up a row over a tax amnesty Saturday and struck a more conciliatory tone toward EU institutions, saying it wanted to discuss its budget plans with Brussels.Speaking after a Cabinet meeting that settled the amnesty dispute, Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said Italy had "a comfortable place" in Europe.Deputy Prime Ministers Luigi Di Maio and Matteo Salvini, head of the anti-establishment 5-Star Movement and far-right League respectively, both reiterated Italy's commitment to the single currency.The League and the 5-Star Movement, the two parties in the coalition, had been at odds over widening the proposed tax amnesty to shield financial criminals, including money launderers.Di Maio had accused the League of tricking its coalition partner by surreptitiously broadening the scope of the amnesty in the final draft of the 2019 budget.
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