Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte is “confident” that the current coalition government, despite the differences between some of its voters in coping with the Coronavirus crisis and criticism in 2023, will succeed in ending the legislature this sense.
“I am absolutely convinced,” he said in an interview with the newspaper ‘Il Fatto Quotidiano’. “I think the majority forces all agree with the great responsibility that we have in the eyes of the country,” said the prime minister, leader of the coalition government, led by the 5-star movement (M5S) and the Democratic Party.
Conte, who initially led an M5S-league coalition after the 2018 elections, has ruled out a reissue of this executive, even though Venetian governor Luca Zaia, one of the emerging figures today, headed the far-right party. . “I’ve already had the league experience. It’s enough,” he replied.
The Prime Minister has also spoken in the press over the past few days of speculation about the possible creation of a unity government to end the legislature in the face of the severe crisis caused by the corona virus with former European Central Bank President Mario Draghi.