According to news agency AFP, elections in Italy will take place on September 25 this year. ON Wednesday, Dradgi urged all the parties of the National Coalition to work together for the country.
The Italian President also asked political forces to act sensibly and in a constructive way during the short campaign. The outgoing cabinet will remain in office until the new government is formed.
Notably, Draghi is the third PM since the election of Parliament, in 2018. Parliament’s five-year term was scheduled to be expired in March next year. Draghi, a former European Central Bank chief, became the Prime Minister in February last year. He took over from Giuseppe Conte, the 5-Star leader.
Draghi became prime minister at a time when Italy was struggling with the COVID-19 pandemic and ailing economy. was given the responsibility to carry out the reforms so that Italy could get the European Union’s largest tranche of the post-COVID-19 pandemic funds.