Italy’s PM Mario Draghi sets conditions for staying in government – awaits coalition support

He wanted to resign because he didn’t have the backing of parties in his coalition, which are unhappy about his reference to fiscal reform, freeing up beach concessions and his pledge of military aid to Ukraine.

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