A coalition between Italy’s main left- and right-wing parties cannot be ruled out if no clear winner emerges from the upcoming general election, said the country’s economy minister, Pier Carlo Padoan.

In an interview with Sunday’s Corriere della Sera, the minister said he expected that none of the three main parties – the left-wing Partito Democratico (PD), right-wing Forza Italia (FI) and the anti-establishment 5-Star Movement – would be able to govern alone.

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