Draghi secures support of Italy's Five Star Movement, Lega

Former European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi on Saturday ended three days of talks with representatives of Italian political parties, as he pushes to form a new government. Draghi closed off the negotiations with meetings with the populist Five Star Movement and Matteo Salvini’s far-right Lega party. Draghi made no statement after the talks, though both parties gave positive signals that they would support any government he may form. “If a new government comes, we will be loyal,” Five Star Movement leader Vito Crimi, said after the meeting. The party became the strongest force in parliament…

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