Italy's Draghi stresses 'national responsibility' before Senate vote

New Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi called for politicians to make a joint effort against the coronavirus pandemic in his first major policy speech on Wednesday. The ex-president of the European Central Bank (ECB) presented his goals to the Senate for the first time since being sworn in, asking for their trust regarding Italy’s “national responsibility.” The speech also touched on the enormous cuts caused by the pandemic and stressed the importance of the European concept. The speech had been hotly anticipated, as Draghi had not made any extensive comments to the public since his inaugurat…

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