Venice votes to cut ties with Italy in online poll

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March 22, 2014

Rome (AFP) – Italians in Venice and its surrounding region have voted in an online poll in favour of breaking away from the rest of the country and forming their own state.

 Over two million residents of the Veneto region took part in the week-long survey, with 89 percent voting in favour of independence from Italy.

The online vote, organised by local independence parties, is not legally binding but aims to galvanise support for a bill calling for a referendum.

Twitter lit up with excited separatists sparring with disparaging Italians from other regions who described the poll as “total madness”.

Supporters say the new Republic of Veneto would be inspired by the ancient Venetian republic — a rich economic, cultural and trading power which existed from the seventh century until its fall to Napoleon in 1797.

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