ITALY: Cabinet Changes

Signor Alberto de Stefani, Minister of Finance, called upon Premier Benito Mussolini, to whom he said, in effect: "Certain people in the Party have criticized me for balancing the State budget at the expense of municipal finance. In vain have I defended myself; and in order to silence these hostile voices, I offer you my resignation." With expressions of regret the Premier accepted the Finance Minister's resignation.

Shortly after, Signor Cesare Nava, Minister of National Economy, called at the Palazzo Chigi, where the Premier resides. Ill health obliged him to resign and...

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