Giovedì, 18 Ottobre 2018

Monti to lead centrist coalition in upcoming elections


Rome, December 28 - Italian Premier Mario Monti,
who tendered his resignation from his post of Italian prime
minister December 21, said following a meeting with political
allies in Rome on Friday that he would lead the centrist ticket
in the upcoming elections.
Monti has led the nation for 13 months with his technocrat
government tasked with steering Italy away from a debt crisis.
At a press conference following a meeting with centrist
Catholic UDC party leader Pier Ferdinando Casini,
representatives of the Italia Futura political movement, and
Andrea Riccardi, a minister in his technocrat government formed
in November 2011 in an effort to save Italy from a Greece-style
debt crisis, Monti said that the crisis has not yet been
"I believe the emergency is not over", Monti said.
"There is an equally serious and perhaps more important
emergency which is that of unemployment, particularly the youth
one, and the lack of growth," the premier said.

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