After the winning Italian parties failed to form a government new elections are likely to happen.
After the winning parties of the Italian election failed to form a government. The reason of failure is the refusal to accept the choice for Eurosceptic Paolo Savona to become minister of Finance of the third biggest economy in Italy.
This refusal, made by current Italian president Sergio Mattarella, was based upon Paolo Savono's watch on Europe.
Sergio Mattarella now called for the help of a former IMF director, Carlo Cottarelli, to investigate the possibilities for a new government.
Five star, one of the populist movements who won the elections, leader Luigi Di Maio called for the impeachment of President Mattarella. Matteo Salvini, leader of the other populist party League Party has not commented on the words of the Italian president yet.
Matteo Salvini and Luigi Di Maio are calling for new elections.