Italy’s 2022 election
What next for the nation, business and Europe?
Italy went to the polls on September 25 to choose a new government after the collapse of the national unity administration led by respected technocrat Mario Draghi.
Hear Financial Times journalists and guests give an up-to-the-minute virtual briefing on what awaits the country after the election. Our panel shared insights and take FT readers’ questions on what the future holds for Italy’s economy, politics and business.
Key discussion topics
Will the next government fritter away Rome’s remaining credibility with markets by trying to renegotiate the structural reforms that secured a €200bn EU recovery fund for Italy?
Will Rome weaken Draghi’s staunchly pro-EU and pro-Nato stance following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine?
Will the new coalition bedfellows, including former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi, stay together long enough to alter independent Italian institutions like the presidency?
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