Former European Central Bank President Mario Draghi arrives at the Quirinale presidential palace for talks with Italian President Sergio Mattarella, in Rome, Friday, Feb. 12, 2021.
AP Photo/Andrew Medichini
Draghi says he has enough support to form Italy's new govt
Published 11:49 PST, Fri February 12, 2021
ROME — Former European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi on Friday told Italy’s president that he has secured enough political support to form a new government
The formation of a broad-based government of national unity was widely expected after most political parties across the spectrum
Draghi’s also submitted the names of his Cabinet members to President Sergio Mattarella, who has the job of naming them. The new government will be sworn in Saturday, followed by votes of confidence in both houses of Parliament, expected early next week.
The Associated Press
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