Italy will hold new elections on September 25

Italy is set to hold national elections on September 25, after President Sergio Mattarella dissolved parliament on Thursday after Mario Draghi resigned as prime minister, Bloomberg reported. A group of conservative parties, led by the far-right Brothers of Italy, leads recent polls. “E[is] period … does not allow any pause in the [government] needed to counter the economic and social crisis and rising inflation,” said Mattarella.

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