The drawn-out process of sitting a new government that has gripped Italy since voters first went to the polls in early March took an unexpected twist in the 24 hours that transpired between Sunday and Monday which saw Italian President Sergio Mattarella veto a controversial nomination for economy minister and name a former International Monetary Fund (IMF) executive as his own pick for prime minister has thrown the country into political chaos with Mattarella now having to face impeachment threa...


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