Anti-establishment 5-Star Movement leader Luigi Di Maio at a news conference in Rome, March 13, 2018. REUTERS/Tony Gentil/File Photo
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Anti-establishment and far-right leaders will jostle for power Thursday as they meet with the president for talks on who can lead a new Italian government.The right-wing coalition led by the League that also includes former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's Forza Italia party won 37 percent of the vote.The second day of the two-day consultation process began at 0800 GMT on Thursday with the Democratic Party, whose center-left coalition came third with just under 23 percent of the vote.They were to be followed by Berlusconi and Forza Italia at 0900 GMT and Salvini an hour later.
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