The fact Draghi's government depends on such a disparate group of political parties will restrict his room for manoeuvre and make it hard to reach consensus, argues Dr Luigi Scazzieri
Cecilia Sottilotta, Assistant Professor of International Relations and Global Politics at the American University of Rome says it's difficult to believe these very diverse parties are actually coming together.
The populist 5-Star Movement and the right-wing League both signaled support for a Draghi-led government, saying they were ready to put aside bitter rivalries in the national interest.
Cecilia Sottilotta is an Assistant Professor of International Relations and Global Politics at the American University of Rome. She told Euronews that "Draghi really embodies every single quality that no politician currently has in Italy - he is competent."
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