Draghi Offers Resignation for 2nd Time
ROME — Prime Minister Mario Draghi of Italy resigned once more on Thursday, a day after a last-ditch effort to influence the nation’s fractious events to stay collectively for the advantage of the nation failed spectacularly, with nationalist and populist forces reuniting to fatally torpedo his nationwide unity authorities.
Mr. Draghi had “tendered his resignation again,” learn a press release on Thursday morning issued by the workplace of President Sergio Mattarella, which added that Mr. Mattarella “took note” of the choice and that, within the meantime, “the government remains in charge of regular business.”
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