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Despite winning another confidence vote, "Super Mario" has offered to resign. But how did we get here?
Italians ask PM Draghi to remain in office despite political crisis
Draghi tendered his resignation last week after the populist 5-Star Movement refused to back the government in a parliamentary confidence vote.
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How is the EU addressing rising energy prices and record inflation in the Eurozone? We spoke to the European Commissioner for Economy, Paolo Gentiloni, to find out.
Italy PM Mario Draghi survives confidence vote but coalition in doubt
Populist coalition partners 5-Star Movement say they want Prime Minister Mario Draghi to do more to ease Italy's cost of living crisis.
Centre-left parties claim victory in Italy's mayoral elections
The votes were seen as the last test ahead of next year's parliamentary elections.
Italy's Draghi secures Senate support for his stance on Ukraine war
Members of the ruling coalition have criticised Italy for sending weapons to Kyiv.
Could Giorgia Meloni become Italy’s next prime minister?
Her Brothers of Italy party has emerged as the main opposition ahead of a general election next year.
Franco-Italian relations at their best: a look back on the relationship between the two nations
With the appointment of Mario Draghi as Italy’s Prime Minister a new partnership between Italy and France has emerged. Ahead of France’s presidential election we looked back at how bilateral relations between the two countries have changed.
MPs in Italy back a new law that would legalise a form of euthanasia
The bill has been criticised by right-wing Italian MPs and will now go to the country's Senate.
Italy: Reform to ban politicians from returning to justice system
The government decided on various measures to limit magistrates' switching back and forth between their justice roles and politics, both on national and local levels.
Italian President Sergio Mattarella sworn in for a second term
The 80-year-old agreed to remain in office after Italy’s fractious parliament failed to agree on a successor.
Italy: Mattarella re-elected president in eighth round of voting
Prior to the Saturday evening session, Italian reps pleaded with Mattarella to run for his second seven-year term, fearing that the ongoing stalemate might hurt the country's international reputation.
Voting to choose Italy's next president goes into a fourth day
Beginning Thursday, a president can be elected with a simple majority, or 505 votes, raising the pressure on leaders to reach a deal.
Italy: new COVID rules threaten to isolate the country's islanders
Unvaccinated residents of a number of islands in the southern European country might find themselves stranded since the new regulations require the full jab to use the ferries to the mainland.
Draghi and Berlusconi among those touted as Italy's next president
Will it be 'competent and credible' Draghi, divisive Berlusconi or someone else?
Italy's 2021 in review: What do Italians think of the 'Draghi effect'?
Prime Minister Mario Draghi has been credited with restoring stability and confidence in the country, but if he were to step down to become President, the newfound enthusiasm may soon end.
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"European history is sometimes messed up, but it is also exciting." Romano Prodi
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Far-right leaders arrested at large protest in Italy over COVID passes
The demonstration was against moves to extend Italy's COVID pass to all workplaces from October 15.
Italy's Five Star Movement set to lose power in Rome and Turin
MS5 leader Guiseppe Conte declined to form an alliance with the centre-left Democratic Party (PD) in Rome. Exit polls put the PD in the lead.
Italians vote in local elections with key battles in major cities
Polls are set to close on Monday afternoon, and almost 1,200 municipalities are involved.
Italian politician resigns after trying to rename a park 'Mussolini'
A member of Italy's far-right League has resigned after he proposed renaming a town square after the brother of dictator Mussolini.
Tensions in Italy over bid to rename park after Mussolini's brother
A cabinet member's bid to rename a park after Benito Mussolini's younger brother has sparked outrage in Italy.
Italian Senate endorses lowering voting age from 25 to 18
The move paves the way for some four million young people to vote in elections for the parliament's upper chamber.
Italian PM rebukes Vatican over LGBT bill criticism
The Holy See has objected to the formulation of an Italian bill that seeks to strengthen measures to prevent and combat discrimination and violence on the grounds of sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity and disability.
With Draghi, Italy has a chance to set aside Conte’s economic misadventures ǀ View
In moments of acute crisis, Italy relies on apolitical technocrats to make difficult decisions and demonstrate the long-term thinking its elected politicians cannot. It thus falls to Draghi to craft Italy's recovery.
New Italy PM Mario Draghi easily wins vote of confidence in Senate
The new government of national unity, drawing together elements across Italy's political spectrum, is also expected to win a similar vote in the lower house of the Italian parliament.