Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte has announced his resignation. Giuseppe announced during a statement from the country’s prime minister’s office on Monday (January 25th) that he would resign on Tuesday (January 26th).
Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte called a cupboard meeting on Tuesday (January 26th) at 9 am civil time, consistent with a BBC report.
A statement from the Prime Minister’s Office said that he would express his views to the ministers at the meeting. He may then attend the office of President Sergio Matterrela to submit his resignation.
The country’s prime minister may seek advice on forming a replacement government to fight the Corona epidemic in Italy.
The ruling coalition has weakened since former Prime Minister Matteo Renzi withdrew his Italia Viva party on January 13, frustrated by the government’s move to regulate the epidemic.
Conte has somehow survived a vote of confidence in parliament last week. But he did not win a majority within the upper house of the Senate. As a result, his government has become quite weak.
Earlier, Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi resigned in December last year. Renzi planned to reform the constitution., He abruptly resigned after seeing the tragic defeat within the referendum thereon plan. Renzi resigned after only two and a half years in power.