In Brief: TV workers urge 'no' in referendum

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TV workers urge 'no' in referendum

Rome - Staff of Silvio Berlusconi's Fininvest company marched through Rome to urge voters to say "no" in a referendum on Sunday that could dismantle the former prime minister's television empire. About 1,500 camera operators, journalists, technicians and editors said a "yes" vote in the television ownership referendum, which would force Mr Berlusconi to sell two of his three national stations, would lose them their jobs.

Meanwhile, Giovanni Rinaldo Coronas, a retired police chief, was named Interior Minister, succeeding Antonio Brancaccio, who resigned because of ill-health. Reute