'No more expulsions on horizon' says 5-Star MP

Anti-establishment party regroups after kicking out Senator

'No more expulsions on horizon' says 5-Star MP

Rome, January 20 - Roberto Fico, a high-ranking MP from the anti-establishment 5-Star Movement (M5S), said he did not foresee any more expulsions after the party voted to kick out a Senator for criticizing its leader, Beppe Grillo. "I don't see any kind of problems on the horizon," he told Italian Radio 24 when asked about other expulsions. On Wednesday the party rank and file voted online in favor of expelling Senator Adele Gambaro, who blamed Grillo for the party's poor showing at recent local elections across the country. On Tuesday another M5S lawmaker, MP Paola Pinna, risked being expelled after party colleagues denounced her for alleging there was a "climate of thought-crime policing" in the movement.

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