(see related) Viterbo, May 24 - The leader of the anti-establishment 5-Star Movement (M5S) said the government's agreement Friday to scrap public funding for parties was merely "a bluff". "It's the latest act of ridicule (from the government)," said Grillo. The M5S, which won about a quarter of the vote in February elections, refuses to accept public financing of any kind. "We've rejected 42 million euros in financing simply by not asking for it," said Grillo. "You don't need a deal to do that, just the will".