SabadellMario Draghi is the Prime Minister of Italy since this afternoon. The former president of the European Central Bank has taken office before the President of the Republic, Sergio Mattarella, and closed the political crisis opened exactly a month ago, when Matteo Renzi withdrew the support of his party, Italy Viva, in the executive chaired by Giuseppe Conte and left him in the minority. The situation has been resolved with the appointment of a technocratic prime minister who, in ten days, has managed to unite the support of six of the seven main parties in the Italian Parliament: only the far right of the Brothers of Italy has turned its back on Draghi and has been left alone doing opposition.
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