Grillo attacks political parties, Monti

'Go to Barbados with psycho-dwarf Berlusconi',5-Star leader says

Grillo attacks political parties, Monti

(ANSA) - Rome, September 6 - Genovese gadfly comedian Beppe Grillo raised his sights on Thursday by dismissing all politicians as crooks and inviting Italian Premier Mario Monti to "go to the Barbados" with former PM Silvio Berlusconi, who he calls the "psycho-dwarf". "(The political parties) cannot understand how we have managed in three years to become almost the second-largest political force in the country without money, by refusing electoral reimbursements," Grill told Dutch TV in reference to his populist 5 Star movement which performed well in local elections in May. "They don't have it in their DNA: being crooks, people who have stolen all their lives, they cannot see how it is possible to do something without an economic return". The comedian then called on the prime minister to "resign immediately from office, have (Italian President Giorgio) Napolitano dissolve parliament, go to the Barbados and stop annoying everyone". He said the economic situation had worsened under the Monti government and reiterated his call for a popular referendum on whether or not Italy should remain in the eurozone.

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