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Rome—An anti-referendum poster shows Italian Premier Matteo Renzi on December 5, the day after voters soundly rejected his constitutional referendum in yet another massive blow to Europe’s political establishment. The leader of Lega Nord, the country’s right-wing party, celebrated the results by tweeting, “Viva Trump, viva Putin, viva la Le Pen e viva la Lega!” The “Vota No” campaign appealed to voters unhappy with the establishment, globalization and the European Union. Renzi, a centrist, had promised to step down if he lost, and he did, throwing Europe’s fourth-biggest economy into political and economic limbo.

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