© Reuters. The former president of the European Central Bank, Mario Draghi, leaves Monte Citorio, in Rome
ROME (Reuters) – Italy’s prime minister-designate Mario Draghi will hold talks with unions before concluding his consultations and deciding whether he has enough backing to form a new government, a source close to the matter said on Friday. Draghi, former head of the European Central Bank, will end his round of consultations with political parties on Saturday. It is not yet clear when he will meet with the unions.
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