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Europe After helping put Renzi in office, Italian youth now look set to sink him

The Italian prime minister has staked his reputation on Sunday's referendum to reform Italy's inflexible political system. But younger voters are lining up strongly against his vision, despite their desire for change.

Remo Casilli/Reuters/File

When Matteo Renzi became Italian prime minister in 2014, he was all about youth.

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