Italy’s Draghi will meet trade unions after parties – source

Former European Central Bank President Mario Draghi leaves Monte Citorio, in Rome, Italy

Italy’s Prime Minister Designate Mario Draghi will hold talks with trade unions before wrapping up his consultations and deciding whether he has enough backing to form a new government, a source close to the matter said on Friday.

Draghi, a former European Central Bank chief, will end his round of consultations with the political parties on Saturday.

It is still unclear when he will meet with the trade unions.

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