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29 мая, 15:43

Italian Stocks Tumble, Yields Jump On Sudden Fears Of Early Elections

Despite a promise last week by Italian Industry Minister, Carlo Calenda, that Italy would not have early elections this autumn, Italian stocks have tumbled to one month lows and the Italian bank sector is down 3% in Monday trading, its biggest one-day loss in nearly 4 months, with traders citing rising risks that the euro zone's third largest economy could head to early elections in the autumn. The reason for the sudden concern is that in an interview on Sunday former Prime Minister Matteo Renzi suggested that Italy's next election should be held at the same time as Germany's, adding this made sense "from a European perspective." Germany will vote on Sept. 24, while Italian elections are scheduled for May 2018, but speculation is mounting that Italians could head to the polls in the autumn. Renzi, leader of the ruling center-left Democratic Party, told Italy's newspaper Il Messaggero that his party "would not ask for early elections, but is not afraid of them either". After regaining the leadership of his PD party in late April, Renzi has favored early elections. He told Il Messaggero that it may be possible to reach an accord on a voting system modeled alongside Germany's proportional model, as suggested by former center-right prime minister Silvio Berlusconi. "In theory yes, but we must be cautious," Renzi said. "The German system would be a step forward in overcoming the current stalemate, but it's not a solution to all problems. Having a coalition in power is very risky." The possibility of a victory for the anti-establishment 5-Star Movement, which recent polls put neck and neck with PD at around 30 percent, has made Italy the biggest risk for the euro zone in the eyes of some investors. Commenting on the market's reaction to Renzi's statement, LC Macro Advisers' founder Lorenzo Codogno said that "the latest news out of Italy seems to suggest that a new electoral law is indeed in the making. The four major parties appear to converge towards the so-called German system, i.e. a purely proportional system with a 5 percent entry threshold." Quoted by Reuters, Codogno also added that "the risk of early elections has suddenly increased to 60 percent, in my view. A hung parliament is thus the most likely outcome (95 percent probability)." Adding to the stakes, Italy's 5-Star Movement voted over the weekend in favour of a proportional electoral system, raising the chances of an unprecedented autumn parliamentary election according to Reuters. On Sunday, 5-Star's supporters overwhelmingly backed a proportional law modelled on that of Germany, in which parties must win at least 5 percent of the national vote to get into parliament. It called for a national election on Sept. 10. That means Italy's four most popular parties, including the ruling Democratic Party (PD), have now signaled a willingness to support a voting law based on proportional representation (PR). Italy must hold an election by May of next year; it has never had a parliamentary election later than the month of June. In addition it must present a budget with an estimated €17 billion in spending cuts or extra revenue in October, and pass it by the end of the year. To be sure, president Sergio Mattarella, the only figure with the power to dissolve parliament, has said elections should only be held after parliament has passed a new electoral law to harmonize voting systems for the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate. For an autumn vote, he may also demand a budget agreement among the main parties, a Reuters source said.  However, recent developments may force the president to revise the schedule: "There's a budget to pass, but if the (electoral law) agreement holds, I believe there will be an election in the autumn," a source close to the president said on Monday. The willingness of all the major parties to vote on a new electoral law "makes an autumn vote more probable," a government source also told Reuters, "but things will be more clear in 10 days' time". An early vote would allow the ruling Democratic Party (PD) to avoid taking full responsibility for the 2018 budget, and could hand a new government a mandate to tackle the country's chronic growth problems, shore up its struggling banking sector, and push for more help to manage the ongoing migrant crisis. It would, however, also mean a more unstable government, with polls showing a PR system would not produce a clear winner, and post-vote alliances look unwieldy. As a result Italian stocks fell more than those in other European markets on Monday due to worries over an early vote, with the FTSE MIB sliding to nearly  one month lows. Spooked by the Renzi comments, Italian bonds were also sold with BTP futures extending their slide in thin liquidity, and the 10y yield now higher by 8bps to 2.18% the biggest spike in 2 months. The biggest loser, however, was the Italian bank stock sector, which slid by 3%, its biggest drop in 4 months.

28 мая, 16:54

Italy's Renzi suggests next election be synchronized with Germany's

MILAN (Reuters) - Former prime minister Matteo Renzi suggested on Sunday that Italy's next election be held at the same time as Germany's, saying this made sense "from a European perspective".

27 мая, 00:41

Donald Trump's Isolationism Is His First Great Export, And Italy Could Be First In Line

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Beppe Grillo is not well-known outside Italy ― at least not yet ― but he and his Five Star Movement party are questioning Italy’s place in the European Union and pushing the idea of leaving, just as United Kingdom voters decided to do last summer. The new interest in closing borders is alarming European leaders who for decades have operated under the premise that more trade and more interaction between countries was good not just for the continent as a whole but for individual nations as well. “No country in history has prospered by looking inward and retracting itself from the world,” Norway’s defense minister, Ine Eriksen Soreide, said recently. This turning inward versus remaining open, nevertheless, is the underlying tension beneath the surface as Italy hosts G-7 leaders from the world’s largest democratic economies ― among them, President Donald Trump, leader of the biggest economy in the group but whose own opinions on trade appear closer to those of Grillo than the consensus view of the other six politicians. “It’s part of the crisis of democracy,” said Lucia Annunziata, a longtime Italian journalist and now the editor-in-chief of HuffPost Italia. “There is a sense in Europe that we’re in a quagmire.” With parliamentary elections coming up in the United Kingdom, France and Germany in the coming weeks, it’s not likely that G-7 leaders will agree to a joint statement of any consequence at the conclusion of their meeting Saturday. And even if one were to emerge, it’s not likely to affect internal politics much in Italy, which will hold Europe’s next potentially map-altering election next year. Great Britain voted to leave the European Union last summer. Pro-EU candidates have since won in Austria, the Netherlands and, most recently, France, where political novice Emmanuel Macron defeated anti-immigrant, anti-EU politician Marine Le Pen. Yet while much of establishment Europe let out a sigh of relief with Macron’s win, a victory of Grillo’s Five Star Movement could throw the future of the continent’s decades-old common market into doubt once more. Italy has the fourth-largest economy in Europe, with a big manufacturing base and 61 million people. Grillo has made his preference clear. The former TV comedian built his political standing by staging “V-Day” rallies, which take their name from an Italian expletive, all over Italy. The morning after Trump’s surprise presidential election win, Grillo posted a video on YouTube praising Trump and lashing out at mainstream politicians, economic elites and journalists. “Mainstream media talked about Trump in exactly the same way they talked about us,” he said according to a translation prepared by the Wall Street Journal. “We are the real heroes. I am a hero. I experiment, I put together misfits, because the world will belong to misfits. ... And the real imbeciles, populists and demagogues are the journalists, intellectuals who are totally enslaved to the great powers.” Relationship With A European Community On every Italian public building are two flags. One is Italy’s national ensign, with the familiar green, white and red vertical stripes ― and the other, the same size and flying at the same height, displays a blue field and a circle of 12 gold stars. The European Union, as it is known today, was created 60 years ago as the European Economic Community after the Second World War and as a tool to help prevent a third. Countries that freely traded with one another, the theory went, were less likely to get into shooting wars with one another. For six decades, that theory has held. The common market worked in tandem with the NATO military alliance, and Europe’s economies grew ever more interdependent. In the 1990s, the countries took a major step and agreed to use a common currency, the euro, as a way of further streamlining cross-border banking and trade. That, for many Italians, was when the problems began ― in their view, the replacement of the lira with the euro in 2002 made everyday life far more expensive. They blame their own elected leaders for failing to negotiate fairer terms for their exchange rate. “It was as if all of a sudden we had to run faster and faster to keep up with an economy like Germany’s,” said Alice Salvatore, a Grillo supporter and an elected member of a regional parliament in northwest Italy. As the years passed, voters vented by electing a populist who was willing to vent along with them, billionaire Silvio Berlusconi. He shrugged off scandals for two decades in and out of the prime minister’s office while failing to address a stagnant economy; chronically high unemployment, particularly in southern Italy; and what many Italians saw as a degraded quality of life. Enter Grillo, the comedian-turned-political activist who has capitalized on voter anger with his Five Star Movement. Like presidential candidates Trump and Bernie Sanders in the United States, Grillo has blamed “elites” for looking after themselves while ignoring the masses. Movimento Cinque Stelle, as the party is known in Italy, now boasts over 2,000 officeholders, including 130 members of the Italian Parliament. He and his party fought hard against a voter referendum in December ― pushed by then-Prime Minister Matteo Renzi ― that would have given that office more authority to institute economic reforms. When the referendum failed, Renzi stepped down, leaving the top job to caretaker Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni until new elections are held. Those have not been set yet, but would likely come no later than next March. Given the fractured state of Italian politics, with none of the major parties likely to win a majority of seats, the next election could easily give Grillo’s Five Star Movement a plurality in Parliament ― which, if Grillo stays true to his word, could in turn mean an “Italy exit” vote not long after. Such an idea would again pit Europe’s leading economists and trade experts against angry populists, as it did in Britain last year, with an uncertain result. HuffPost Italia’s Annunziata said working-class people in Italy have no reason to trust elites anymore. “The so-called experts ― they haven’t delivered a solution,” she said.   Future Of The Five Star Movement Grillo may be the famous name and face that brought the Five Star Movement to prominence, but its future ― if it has one ― is more likely to be someone like Salvatore, the 35-year-old former English teacher elected to Liguria’s regional parliament in 2015. While Grillo exploited his TV fame to win attention, Salvatore instead showcases the movement’s idealism. She explained how all elected Five Star Movement officials are expected to donate half of their salaries to a fund that helps ordinary Italians ― a project that so far has collected some $24 million over three years. She personally gave back $45,000 last year, she said. “This is very revolutionary because usually in Italy politicians take the money,” she said. Although Grillo posted that video on YouTube praising Trump after his victory, Salvatore is quick to establish some distance. Trump’s militaristic talk, his anti-environmental stances ― Salvatore said she personally wants nothing to do with those. “The only similarity is that we’re a new phenomenon. It stops there,” she said. From her corner office in a drab government office building in downtown Genoa, Salvatore explained that her introduction to politics came at age 19, right there in her hometown. “It all started with the G-8 in 2001,” she said of the annual meeting of the world’s largest democratically run economic powers. (Russia was a member then, but was thrown out after it invaded Crimea in 2014.) A protester was shot and killed that year. Salvatore remembers it as a defining moment for her when she contrasted what she witnessed in the streets with how it was reported by Italian media outlets, many of which were then and are still today controlled by Berlusconi. And if the situation here was worth protesting 15 years ago, it has only gotten worse. While nearby Milan and other northern Italian towns prosper, Genoa suffers from unemployment and blight on levels similar to places in southern Italy. “We are sort of a reaction of despair from the people. Or rage from the people,” Salvatore said of the Five Star Movement. That anger has spread across ideology and views on particular issues ― some oppose accepting more refugees from Syria; others support it, for example. The belief that binds Five Star Movement supporters is that the traditional parties, both liberal and conservative, have ignored them. “The others are all the same,” said Benedetta Alabardi, a 27-year-old pharmacist in Rome. This is why she supports Grillo, she said, as well as his push to take Italy out of the EU, which she feels is dominated by Germany. “It is Germany at the top, and the rest are slaves,” she said. Of course, not all Italians are taken with Grillo (who, as it happens, cannot serve as prime minister because of his involuntary manslaughter drunken-driving conviction decades ago for killing a family of three). Italians with higher education levels and in fields dependent on work that crosses borders tend to view him negatively. “Beppe Grillo is a crazy man like Trump,” laughed Orasti Gionti, a 47-year-old telecommunications consultant. Others see the Five Star Movement’s vision as unworkably idealistic, and they hope Trump will exert whatever influence he has toward unifying Europe, not tearing it apart by encouraging the nationalistic fervor the continent has spent decades overcoming. Instead of talking about building a wall with Mexico, for instance, Trump should look for ways to tear down barriers, said Gionti’s co-worker, Alessandro Graziani, also 47. “The president of the United States with old ideas is a problem for all the world,” he said. Werner Hoyer, a former foreign minister of Germany and now the president of the European Investment Bank, said it is up to the world, or at least America’s traditional allies, to bring Trump around to their point of view. “We fared extremely well after World War II with this kind of cooperative approach,” Hoyer said. “We must make the case more strongly that any putative advantage of protectionism is short-lived and outweighed by high costs in lower long-term growth opportunities, in particular for weaker economies.” -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

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26 мая, 16:10

Министр экономического развития Италии примет участие в ПМЭФ

В 2016 году Италия была специальным гостем форума, на котором выступил занимавший тогда пост премьер-министра Маттео Ренци

17 мая, 17:28

Итальянцы зачастили в Россию. Джентилони в Сочи – к отмене санкций?

Премьер-министр Италии Паоло Джентилони и президент РФ Владимир Путин провели переговоры в Сочи.

16 мая, 06:55

Фондовый рынок США - фактор сдерживания золота

За последние недели цена золота получила несколько негативных ударов, которые вынудили её зафиксировать снижение. Инвесторам следует и дальше следить за курсом доллара США и за ставками ФРС...

15 мая, 16:09

Барак Обама и Маттео Ренци обсудили свои страхи по поводу «угроз от России»

Бывший президент США предупредил Италию о возможных вмешательствах российских хакеров на предстоящих выборах.   Во время частной беседы бывший премьер-министр Италии Маттео Ренци и бывший президент США Барак Обама обсудили также и Россию, — сообщает в понедельник 15 мая газета La...

15 мая, 11:37

Вмешательство России в итальянские выборы. Риск, обсуждавшийся Ренци и Обамой

Во время разговора в Park Hyatt Hotel в начале визита Барака Обамы в Милан бывший президент США и экс-премьер Италии Маттео Ренци обсуждали и такую деликатную тему, как Россия. У итальянского руководства два различных подхода к Москве.

13 мая, 15:03

Победа Макрона завершила восхождение популистов?

Но теперь Франция стала крупнейшей державой, которая выступила против этой тенденции: президентом страны избран социально либеральный сторонник иммиграции и единой Европы Эммануэль Макрон. Действительно ли волна крайне правого популизма на Западе готова пойти на спад, как утверждают некоторые?

13 мая, 12:00

Where Do Populists Go When They Lose?

Recent elections on both sides of the Atlantic show that winning isn’t everything—and that governing isn’t easy.

13 мая, 00:29

Победа Макрона завершила восхождение популистов?

Когда в прошлом году Великобритания проголосовала за выход из Евросоюза, а США выбрали президентом Дональда Трампа, популизм, подкрепленный национализмом, начал казаться непобедимым.

13 мая, 00:29

Победа Макрона завершила восхождение популистов?

Когда в прошлом году Великобритания проголосовала за выход из Евросоюза, а США выбрали президентом Дональда Трампа, популизм, подкрепленный национализмом, начал казаться непобедимым.

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09 мая, 23:04

Obama Speaks in Milan, With Food as Text and Politics as Subtext

In his first public foray abroad since leaving office, Mr. Obama linked climate and food issues and met with Matteo Renzi, the former Italian prime minister seeking a comeback.

07 мая, 22:14

Charting The "Youngest French President Ever" And Others Around The World

Much has been said about Emmanuel Macron ascending to the French presidency at the tender age of 39, making him the youngest French president in history. And while many would say that a more notable feature of the upcoming Macron administration is that he has never before held elected office and that his political movement En Marche! was set up barely a year ago (he served as a former government adviser and economy minister in the disastrous Hollande administration), below is a chart showing the various ages of French presidents since Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte, courtesy of AFP. Also from AFP, here is a list of all young world leaders currently in power: Hungary: Viktor Orban became prime minister in 1998 at the age of 35. He left office in 2002 but took over again in 2010. Belgium: Charles Michel became prime minister in 2014 at the age of 38 to become the country's youngest leader since 1840. Estonia: Juri Ratas became prime minister in late 2016 at the age of 38. Ukraine: Volodymyr Groysman was appointed prime minister in 2016 at the age of 38. Greece: Alexis Tsipras was named prime minister in 2015 at the age of 40, the youngest Greek leader in 150 years. Tunisia: Prime Minister Youssef Chahed was 40 when he took office in 2016, the youngest since Tunisian independence in 1956. Canada: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was 43 when he took office in 2015. Poland: President Andrzej Duda won election in 2015 at the age of 43. Georgia: President Giorgi Margvelashvili took the oath of office in 2013 at the age of 44. And a brief list of leaders, who have recently left or lost office: Estonia: Taavi Roivas was just 34 years old when he became president in 2014. He left office in 2016. Kosovo: Atifete Jahjaga became president in 2011 when she was 36 years old. She left office in 2016. Italy: Matteo Renzi ran the government from early 2014, when he was 39, until late 2016. Britain: David Cameron was 43 when he became prime minister in 2010. He left office last year after the shock referendum to leave the EU. Looking back... Felipe Gonzalez was head of the Spanish government in 1982 at the age of 40. Tony Blair became the British premier in 1997 at the age of 43. Benazir Bhutto was Pakistan's premier in 1988 at the age of 35, and Laurent Fabius was French premier in 1984 at 37. US president Theodore Roosevelt was 42 when he took office, and John F. Kennedy was 43. In France, Louis Napoleon Bonaparte was previously the youngest leader, at 40 years old in 1848 and under a different political regime, followed by Valery Giscard d'Estaing, the youngest under the current system, at 48 in 1974. Other notable young leaders at the moment include North Korea's Kim Jong-un, 34, and the emir of Qatar Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani, 36, and let's not forget Moamer Kadhafi, who came to power in Libya in 1969, aged 27.

07 мая, 18:36

Итальянские демократы выбрали нового "старого" лидера

Бывший премьер-министр Италии Маттео Ренци вновь стал официальным руководителем Демократической партии. Его кандидатура была утверждена Национальной ассамблеей партии. В своей речи политик подчеркнул, что полностью доволен работой нынешнего правительства. "Мы говорим со всей решительностью, что никто из Демократической партии не ставил и не поставит под сомнение нашу поддержку правительству республики, которое возглавляет Паоло Джентилони. Мы выражаем ему нашу дружбу, признательность и уважени… ЧИТАТЬ ДАЛЕЕ: http://ru.euronews.com/2017/05/07/matteo-renzi-returns euronews: самый популярный новостной канал в Европе. Подписывайтесь! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronewsru euronews доступен на 13 языках: https://www.youtube.com/user/euronewsnetwork/channels На русском: Сайт: http://ru.euronews.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/euronews Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronewsru Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/101036888397116664208/100240575545901894719/posts?pageId=101036888397116664208 VKontakte: http://vk.com/ru.euronews

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07 мая, 17:11

Бывший премьер-министр Италии Маттео Ренци утвержден главой правящей партии

Делегаты ассамблеи всеобщего съезда левоцентристской Демократической партии подавляющим большинством голосов утвердили кандидатуру бывшего премьер-министра Италии Маттео Ренци на пост генерального секретаря партии. Из тысячи делегатов за господина Реци проголосовали 700 человек. Об этом сообщает La Repubblica. Маттео Ренци призывает к единству и обещает «новую фазу» для Демократической партии. Сейчас он готовится к парламентским выборам, которые должны состояться в мае 2018 года.Напомним, в декабре 2016 года господин Ренци ушел в отставку сразу с двух постов — премьера Италии и лидера Демократической партии. Это произошло после того, как предложенная им конституционная реформа провалилась на референдуме. Тем не менее бывший премьер не оставил надежду вернуться во власть.Подробнее о возвращении Маттео Ренци на пост главы Демократической…

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07 мая, 16:35

Итальянские демократы выбрали нового "старого" лидера

Бывший премьер-министр Италии Маттео Ренци вновь стал официальным руководителем Демократической партии.

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07 мая, 13:37

Маттео Ренци утвержден генсеком правящей партии

Бывший премьер-министр обещает "новую фазу" для Демократической партии

07 мая, 13:00

07.05.2017 13:00 : Франция сегодня выбирает президента страны

Во второй тур вышли Эммануэль Макрон и Марин Ле Пен. Президентами Франции прежде были политики, которым было за 50. Марин Ле Пен – 48 лет, а Эммануэлю Макрону и вовсе 39. Он может стать самым молодым президентом Франции. Политики его поколения – Маттео Ренци, который стал премьер-министром Италии в 38 лет и Джастин Трюдо, ставший лидером Канады в 42. Ле Пен в политике практически с пеленок. В 18 лет она официально вступила в партию, которую основал ее отец, Жан-Мари Ле Пен. Известный националист, он неоднократно участвовал в президентских выборах, но его лучший результат – это 17%. Марин Ле Пен оказалась гораздо успешнее. Она предлагает ограничить миграцию и настаивает на выходе Франции из ЕС для усиления контроля за границами. Эммануэль Макрон – центрист и глобалист, который считает, что если Франция будет открытой миру, то экономика страны от этого только выиграет. Он работал инвестиционным банкиром и был министром экономики в правительстве социалистов. Семейное положение кандидатов тоже сравнивают в прессе. Марин Ле Пен была дважды выходила замуж и дважды разводилась. У нее трое детей. Живет вместе с Луи Алио, который является ее заместителем в партии. В свою очередь, Эммануэль Макрон женился на Брижит Тронтье, которая старше его на 25 лет. Она была его школьной учительницей. Рассказывают, что в 17 лет он пообещал на ней жениться, и сдержал свое слово, когда ему исполнилось 30. У Тронтье к тому времени было трое детей. Сейчас у нее еще и 7 внуков, а младшая дочь работает юристом в штабе Макрона. Предварительные результаты выборов станут известны ночью. Явка во втором туре президентских выборов во Франции на 13 часов по московскому времени составляет 28,23% — чуть ниже, чем в первом туре. Об этом сообщает МВД страны. Второй тур выборов проходит на фоне скандала. В архиве взломанной переписке кандидата Эммануэля Макрона найдены следы российского разработчика программного обеспечения. Об этом сообщает организация «Викиликс». В данных, в частности, фигурирует человек по имени Георгий Петрович Рошка, сотрудник компании «Эврика», которая называет себя подрядчиком ряда российских ведомств, в том числе Минобороны и ФСБ. Сегодняшние выборы с большой долей вероятности выиграет Эммануэль Макрон, поскольку он пришел к финалу со значительным перевесом. Об этом сказал в интервью агентству ТАСС профессор Высшей школы экономики Юрий Рубинский. По большому счету французы сегодня голосуют за или против Европейского союза, сказал в интервью «Эху» заведующий отделом стратегических оценок Центра ситуационного анализа РАН Сергей Уткин. Уткин добавил, что экономическая стратегия Макрона наиболее прозрачна и четко сформулирована.

04 мая, 13:17

Italeave - быть или не быть?

Внимание трейдеров смещается с Франции на Италию Если посмотреть на уверенно растущий итальянский фондовый рынок, то кажется, что в Европе все спокойно, и еврозоне ничего не грозит (история с авиакомпанией Alitalia, конечно, неприятная, но это всего лишь "буря в стакане"). Однако игроки рынка облигаций, судя по всему, далеко не так спокойны, и их весьма тревожит политическая неопределенность в Италии: риск по итальянскому госдолгу подскочил до самого высокого уровня более чем за три года. Как сообщило агентство Bloomberg, итальянский фондовый индекс FTSE MIB сейчас торгуется вблизи 15-месячных максимумов после того, как бывший премьер-министр Маттео Ренци со значительным перевесом был вновь избран главой Демократической партии.

11 июня 2015, 07:44

Россия и Ватикан устроили независимый обмен мнениями

Россия и Ватикан устроили независимый обмен мнениями Партия "Вперёд, Италия" хочет поставить в парламенте вопрос об отмене санкций против России. Такая политика наносит значительный ущерб Италии, заявил бывший премьер страны Сильвио Берлускони после короткой беседы с Владимиром Путиным. Будьте в курсе самых актуальных новостей! Подписывайтесь на офиц. канал Россия24: http://bit.ly/subscribeRussia24TV Вести недели с Д.Киселёвым - http://bit.ly/VestiNedeli2015 Вести в субботу - http://bit.ly/VestiSubbota2015 Большие вести в 20:00 - http://bit.ly/Vesti20-00-2015 Воскресный вечер с В.Соловьёвым: http://bit.ly/VoskresnyVecher Специальный корреспондент - http://bit.ly/SpecKor Последние новости - http://bit.ly/LastNews1 АвтоВести - http://bit.ly/AvtoVesti Интервью - http://bit.ly/InterviewPL Реплика - http://bit.ly/Replika2015 Авторские передачи Н.Михалкова - http://bit.ly/Besogon Россия и мир в цифрах - http://bit.ly/Grafiki Hi-Tech - http://bit.ly/Hi-TecH Вести.net - http://bit.ly/Vesti-net Наука - http://bit.ly/NaukaNovosti Документальные фильмы - http://bit.ly/DocumentalFilms Познавательные фильмы - http://bit.ly/EducationalFilm Россия и Ватикан устроили независимый обмен мнениями