Italy - Government plans basic income - November 30, 2018

A basic income for the poor and job seekers has been the flagship campaign pledge of the anti-establishment M5S. The plan was to start with this measure in 2019, although the coalition partners diverged in their ideas about the necessary provisions. In a recent statement, the labour minister has announced that a basic income for 4.5 million citizens will be introduced by the end of March of 2019.

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