Former ECB boss Draghi to be sworn in as Italian prime minister

Former European Central Bank (ECB) head Mario Draghi is due to be sworn into his new office as Italian prime minister at noon (1100 GMT) on Saturday. Draghi agreed to serve in the role in a meeting with Italian President Sergio Mattarella on Friday. The 73-year-old economist appeared before the press after the announcement and presented his list of ministers, made up of politicians and experts. Luigi Di Maio is to remain foreign minister and Roberto Speranza health minister, which means that some important ministers from ex-prime minister Giuseppe Conte’s previous Cabinet will remain in office…

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