"I think it is important in any case that England (meaning UK) stays in the European Union for everyone of us, because this is a chance for young people in Europe, who want to go there to find a job, because in Italy there are no jobs."
"I hope that the fact that they (European Union) accepted the condition of London, will not create a legal precedent for other countries and therefore a dangerous situation in which countries claim these kinds of rights and could lead to a disintegration, not to a union."
There was a mixed response on the streets of Rome on Saturday to the deal struck in Brussels on Britain's new relationship with the European Union.
While some are concerned that a possible "Brexit" could lead to fewer job opportunities for young people, others say the renegotiation with Britain has created a dangerous precedent for other countries.
The deal offers guarantees to the nine EU countries, including Britain, that do not use the shared euro currency, that they will not be sidelined, and makes tweaks aimed at giving national parliaments more power.
After the deal was reached, it was announced on Saturday that a UK referendum on EU membership will be held on 23 June.