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December 23, 2012

Newly-resigned Italian PM Mario Monti may run in next election after all

  • Friday A little more than a week after he announced he would do so, Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti left office on Friday, an office he was appointed to in an effort to stabilize the disarray facing the Italian financial system.
  • Sunday Looks like we may not have seen the last of Monti. The appointed leader said he would consider running for a second term in office, as political officials have asked him to stick around in the wake of the resignation. “If a credible political force asked me to be candidate as prime minister for them, I would consider it,” he said. The election would be in February. source
19:42 // 1 year ago
December 10, 2012
Here’s departing Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti, in his “see ya suckers” pose. Monti, essentially a technocrat put in place to help Italy deal with the country’s financial crisis, announced his resignation over the weekend. He was far more liked among European leaders, who say his reform policies must stay in place, than he was amongst Italian politicians, who look to change them. (photo by Eric Gaillard/Reuters)

Here’s departing Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti, in his “see ya suckers” pose. Monti, essentially a technocrat put in place to help Italy deal with the country’s financial crisis, announced his resignation over the weekend. He was far more liked among European leaders, who say his reform policies must stay in place, than he was amongst Italian politicians, who look to change them. (photo by Eric Gaillard/Reuters)

8:32 // 1 year ago