(ANSA) - Rome, January 30 - The 5-Star Movement intends to
submit an appeal to the Constitutional Court against House
Speaker Laura Boldrini in an effort to annul committee votes on
recent government decrees and bills it opposes, sources told
ANSA on Thursday.
The complaint, which is also against the chairmen of the
constitutional affairs and justice committees, aims to annul
votes on a decree to sell off central bank gold and another to
reform the prison code by lightening some sentences.
It also aims to block a bill to reform Italy's electoral
The bill was agreed to by Italy's biggest parties, the
center-left Democratic Party (PD) and the center-right Forzia
Italia of ex-premier Silvio Berlusconi.
The M5S, the third-biggest party, accuses them of using it
to squeeze it out of politics.