What’s next for Italy’s economic and political crisis? | Inside Story

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Italy has been facing a political crisis since its coalition government collapsed last week.

The nation is struggling with an economic recession the global pandemic.

President Sergio Mattarella has stepped in to limit the damage, by naming a new Prime Minister.

He has picked a former European Central Bank Chief for the top job.

Mario Draghi is expected to form a government of specialists to confront Italy’s challenges.

He’s been credited for saving the Euro during the continent’s debt crisis in 2012.

But he said he wants the backing of the majority of parties in parliament to implement his plans.

Presenter: Kim Vinnell


Flaminia Saccà – Professor of Political Sociology at Tuscia University.

Alberto Castelvecchi – Political Analyst and Professor of Communication at Luiss Business School.

Eleonora Poli – Political Scientist and Senior of Fellow at the Institute for International Affairs.

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