Written by Antonia Di Lorenzo || 12th September 2022 || News analysis || Policy and Politics | Regulation and Legislation | Tax | Europe Italy
Italian citizens have been called to vote in general elections on 25th September to elect a new Parliament following the resignation of prime minister Mario Draghi on 21st July.
Polls currently show a broadly right-wing coalition as the favoured bloc for forming the next government, with many reporting a lead of around 20%. ...
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