Mario Draghi, a central banker to save Italy

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He had not yet accepted the charge Wednesday morning as the press already referred to him as “the antidote [à la crise] the most powerful one could choose ”. Mario Draghi would even take the lead, “potentially, of the best national salvation governments possible”, rejoiced. The Corriere della Sera. But does the former president of the European Central Bank (ECB) have everything it takes to get Italy out of the political crisis in which it has been bogged down for three weeks, in the midst of a pandemic?

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