PD dissenter D'Alema calls for 'fewer slogans' - update

'Renzi's welfare reform would cost ten times as much'

(ANSA) - Rome, September 29 - Democratic Party (PD) dissenter Massimo D'Alema blasted Premier Matteo Renzi's speech to a PD executive meeting on his proposed Jobs Act Monday.
    "Given its oratory, this government is fated to produce extremely meager results," D'Alema said. "Fewer slogans and more reflection...might lead to better results," the former premier said. Renzi's proposed welfare reform "would not cost 1.5 billion euros but ten times that much," D'Alema added. "I have serious doubts about a budget bill made up of sound bites.


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