The lack of support from the Five Star Movement (M5S) for the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) could further undermine Italy’s ability to attract foreign investment to its energy sector and dent its aspirations to become a gas hub.
M5S won 32% of the vote at the Italy’s elections on 4 March, becoming the single-largest party in the parliament.
Luigi di Maio, the party’s leader, will likely be asked by Italian President Sergio Mattarella to form a government. Should di Maio succeed, he will become Italy’s...
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