Italy’s Prime Minister Mario Draghi on Thursday tendered his resignation to President Sergio Mattarella as confirmed through an official statement from the Head of State.
Addressing the parliament, Draghi confirmed his departure which comes at a time when he failed to unite his coalition government.
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“Italy’s prime minister, Mario Draghi, is expected to confirm his resignation after failing to unite his coalition government, Draghi told parliament on Thursday.” Said CGTN Africa
The news now leaves the door open as to whether President Sergio Mattarella will dissolve the parliament and call for a fresh election or not.
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