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MNI: Draghi To Push Through Court Reform, Start Budget-Aides

Mario Draghi will continue pushing through reforms agreed with the European Union in the time remaining to him in office.

Mario Draghi is hoping to push through reforms overhauling Italy’s courts, competition rules and rules on government procurement during his remaining months in office before a new prime minister is appointed following Sept. 25 elections, aides told MNI.

The government is also likely to approve new measures to help households and business cope with soaring prices and will start work on the 2023 budget, though this is likely to have to be completed by the new government, the sources said.

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Mario Draghi is hoping to push through reforms overhauling Italy’s courts, competition rules and rules on government procurement during his remaining months in office before a new prime minister is appointed following Sept. 25 elections, aides told MNI.

The government is also likely to approve new measures to help households and business cope with soaring prices and will start work on the 2023 budget, though this is likely to have to be completed by the new government, the sources said.

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