iROZHLAS.cz: Draghi, the 'stabiliser of Italian politics', at a crossroads. He must resolve government disagreements or call early elections

Italy is facing a government crisis. Prime Minister Draghi has announced his resignation, but the president has not accepted the resignation. Alexandr Lagazzi, our associate research fellow, commented for iRozhlas.cz on the current political situation in Italy and the related resignation of Draghi.

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TA3: The cabinet of the new Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi has gained confidence in the Senate. The government is still awaiting a vote in the Chamber

The cabinet of the new Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi has gained confidence in the Senate. The government is still awaiting a vote in the Chamber of Deputies. The cabinet of the former head of the European Central Bank is also expected to succeed there. Alexandr Lagazzi, a research associate of the Europeum Institute, told more about this topic for Slovak television TA3.

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TA3: Analyst A. Lagazzi on the formation of a new Italian government

Talks are under way in Italy about forming a new government. On Tuesday, Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte resigned and with him the entire government cabinet. However, the outgoing Prime Minister believes that he will be able to form the coalition again. Alexandr Lagazzi, a research associate of our EUROPEUM institute, talks more about this topic.

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Euroscepticism among pro-European Italians: A Coronavirus Paradox

Our Francesca Canali analyzes in her latest blog COVID-19 situation in Italy and the question of the changing perception of the EU.

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Euroskepticismus mezi pro-evropskými Italy: koronavirový paradox

Naše Francesca Canali se ve svém nejnovějším blogu věnuje tematice měnící se percepce EU v rámci koronavirové krize v jedné z nejpostiženějších zemí - Itálii.

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Analyst A. Lagazzi on Italy's entry into the second phase

After more than 2 months, people in Italy could return to work. Alexandr Lagazzi spoke on the Italian government's decision to further ease the pandemic restrictions.

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Europeum and COVID-19

Explore our publications, events and other activities concerning the pandemic and its consequences.

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China is Successfully Changing the Narratives on COVID–19

Our intern Kristýna Kšírová writes a blog about China and its behaviour towards COVID–19.

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ČRo Plus: A. Lagazzi about the impact of COVID-19 on Italy

In Italy, the infection has been confirmed in more than 9,000 patients, the highest number after China, where the coronavirus began to spread in December. Almost 1,200 infected have recovered from the disease. The Italian government ordered the isolation of the entire region of Lombardy and individual provinces in other areas. Quarantine is valid until the beginning of April and affects about 16 million people, ie about 1/4 of the Italian population. The impact of COVID-19 on Italy was commented by our associate Alexandr Lagazzi.

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Deník N: Explosive topic doomed to fail. This time, the larger part of the EU does not like the new scheme of redistribution of refugees

Our Christian Kvorning Lassen, deputy director of EUROPEUM Institute of European Policy, contributed to the article about the newly proposed initiative for the efficient and fast relocation of rescued asylum seekers and commented on its link with the domestic political situation in Italy.

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