Italy’s Draghi urges unity, courage ahead of confidence vote

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    Mario #Draghi urged #Italy’s polarized politicians Wednesday to unite behind his new government to help the country confront the #coronavirus pandemic and the economic devastation it has wrought, saying Italy has a once-in-a-lifetime chance to create a more sustainable, equitable and healthy nation for future generations.

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