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Stop comparing Italy’s referendum to Brexit and Trump. Here’s what it’s really about

Almost 60% of Italians voted no in a historic referendum Image: REUTERS/Tony Gentile

Alberto Alemanno

Founder, The Good Lobby

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A volunteer counts ballots for a referendum on constitutional reform at a polling station in Rome, Italy, December 4, 2016. REUTERS/Tony Gentile - RTSUMSI
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