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    Government crisis in Italy: continuity of Draghi or early elections?

    Once again, Italy is involved in a political crisis of divisions and political interests, while the national and international situation calls for decisions. Italian politics is divided between asking Prime Minister Mario Draghi to continue leading the country or ending the legislature and bringing forward the elections in the country; All scenarios are feasible and we analyze them in this edition of El Debate.

    Draghi agreed to govern Italy in February 2021 in exchange for doing so with a unity coalition, which would be active until March 2023, the year in which elections must be called.

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    But before the withdrawal of the ‘Movement 5 Stars’ party, the continuity of the Government and the coalition’s mission of unity was terminated. For this reason, the prime minister went to the head of state, Sergio Mattarella, and presented his resignation, but it was rejected.

    What’s next for Mario Draghi now? What’s coming to Italy? Is the political stability of Europe in check? We analyze it in El Debate with our guests:

    – Armando García, internationalist from the National Autonomous University of Mexico and master’s degree from the Autonomous University of Barcelona.

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    – Mario Aller San Millán, professor of the Chair of International Relations at the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana de Bogotá.

    Source: France 24

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