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Italian prime minister mourns failure to pass new citizenship law backed by bishops

December 29, 2017

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CWN Editor's Note: “The question of whether some 800,000 minors who were born in Italy to foreign parents, or who arrived at a young age, could be declared citizens under certain conditions, became the most divisive pre-election issue,” Reuters reported. The Italian bishops favored granting them citizenship.

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