Giuseppe Conte took oath as Italian Prime Minister on Friday. After the coalition government’s land was built in the last time, he took over the reins of the country, with which the political deadlock, which lasted for months, ended.
With the formation of the new government, it was avoided to hold elections again. Educationist Giuseppe Conte is politically non-experienced and will lead the government in which the anti-power political parties will be the Leader of the Five Star Movement (M5S) and the Left Right League Party League Party.
Some founder members of the European Union have concerns in some circles of Europe with the formation of the first populist government in the country. After weeks of political turmoil, President Sergio Mattarella took the name of Giuseppe Conte for the second time in a fortnight and approved his revised cabinet.