At a business forum on the shore of Lake Como in September previous year the leaders of Italy's soaring populist parties brushed off suggestions that they wanted to lead their country out of the euro.
The shocking report, which outlines demands for the European Union to write off Italian debt amounting to €250 billion (£220 billion), comes as Lega leader Matteo Salvini said Italians will no longer be "slaves" to the EU.
5-Star leader Luigi Di Maio said on Tuesday he hoped a deal could be reached on Wednesday (16 May) that would subsequently be put to supporters of both parties to see if they backed the pact. In particular, it had been decided "not to call into question the single currency", they said.
"For small caps, they are not exposed to a lot of the risks that larger caps are facing", McMillan said.
"And the report demands a review of monetary policy and calls for a return to the pre-Maastricht approach in which European Union members were motivated by a genuine intent of "peace, brotherhood cooperation and solidarity". The top two finishers - the upstart anti-establishment 5-Star Movement and the nationalist League party - have been inching this week toward an alliance that would have a razor-thin majority in Italy's parliament.
After months of drift and political uncertainty, Italy looks set to anoint its first government dominated by populist and anti-immigrant parties, setting Rome on a collision course with the European Union powers that be in Brussels over plans to cut taxes, increase spending, reconsider the euro currency and dramatically curb the flow of refugees arriving on the country's shores from northern Africa.
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But that relaxed attitude could change if a populist government in Rome were to start a serious attempt to implement its vision for a return to the pre-Maastricht days. Moreover, Italy is by far the biggest beneficiary of the European Central Bank's quantitative easing programme, which maintains sovereign debt yield at low levels.
The parties had already talked about other proposals in the draft, though their inclusion in the document seemed to solidify them.
"The leak is a watershed in the external perception of what an anti-establishment government may mean".
The general tenor certainly suggests the new government will not back down from its belief that - in the words of one senior League official, Lorenzo Fontana - "people come before economic obligations". Italy's 10-year bond yield climbed almost 19 basis points to 2.13 percent and that was its highest level since early March and the biggest one-day rise since March 2017.
Some analysts played down the importance of Italian politics for the euro on Wednesday. However the League still wants to leave the euro zone as soon as is politically feasible.
Salvini and Di Maio have both agreed to drop their own ambitions to be prime minister and are looking for a candidate from outside their parties to enact their program. Both leaders are young: Mr. Di Maio is 31, and Mr. Salvini is 45. And the two parties have repeatedly said they feel no need to respect European commitments in implementing their programme.