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Grillo says M5S MPs pledge to shun horse trading

Code of conduct forbids bargaining, says ex comedian

Grillo says M5S MPs pledge to shun horse trading

(see related stories) Rome, March 1 - Beppe Grillo, the leader of the 5-Star Movement (M5S), said on Friday that his movement's MPs are bound by strict rules that make it impossible for them to engage in political horse trading. "The M5S is composed of responsible people who want a radical change in public ethics," the former comedian said. "It is impossible (to get them involved in bargaining), in particular with the usual little political games. "The M5S will vote in parliament every law that corresponds to its program, and it will not make alliances" Grillo said. Grillo added that M5S MPs make a commitment "not to associate with other parties or coalitions or groups if not for votes on common issues" in a code of conduct. "It was signed by all the (M5S) candidates and made public to the voters before the elections. These rules were known by everyone, the politburo of the (centre-left) PD (Democratic Party) included. "If the PD wants to transform the House and Senate into a Vietnam, the M5S will not look on," concluded Grillo.

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