Beppe Grillo keeps up anti-establishment zingers as he votes

Says country is already 'ungovernable'

Beppe Grillo keeps up anti-establishment zingers as he votes

Genoa, February 25 - Genoa comedian Beppe Grillo volleyed anti-establishment zingers at a throng of journalists at a Genoa polling station, where he voted on Monday. When asked whether a divided vote promises to deliver an ungovernable country, Grillo responded, "The country is ungovernable now." "We will bring honest citizens to parliament," Grillo said of his populist Five Star Movement (M5S), whose growing popularity has worried observers that the outcome of Italy's parliamentary elections could result in political chaos. "Whoever will still vote for the old (political) parties is colluding. There is a country (reduced to) rubble to rebuild from the bottom. This is not a political movement. This is a revolution of civility. This vote will change a bit of the history of this country. We will see how," Grillo continued. "We of the M5S will see each other online in the afternoon. We will say a couple of things in streaming to celebrate. But (for those) having anything to do with graveyard parties, what can you celebrate? Victory over a dead person?" he quipped.

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