With Italian politics still in a stalemate following elections in early March, one lawmaker from the ruling Democratic Party (PD) has ruled out the possibility of his party making alliances with its main rivals. » Read More
The government formation process from here will therefore be marked by horse-trading and backdoor discussions. » Read More
By: Holly Ellyatt
Silvio Berlusconi will support the leader of Italy's euroskeptic partner the League in attempts to form a government, the former prime minister said. » Read More
Alessandro Benetton also dismissed suggestions that Italy should ditch the euro. » Read More
Italian bond markets have proved resilient in the run-up to the March 4 election thanks to a stronger euro zone economy.
Italians go to the polls on March 4 in an election that could either help to rebalance the political environment or send shockwaves through the country and beyond.
There is a risk of Italy's mafias "conditioning" the general election in March, Italy's Interior Minister Marco Minniti warned Wednesday.
The 81-year-old media mogul is once again at the center stage of Italian politics and could have a pivotal role in the upcoming general election.
March's general election in Italy poses a threat to stability at a time when the economy is doing well, according to Italy's economic development minister.
Luigi Di Maio, leader of the 5-Star Movement (M5S), told CNBC he won't "even consider" having a referendum in Italy on membership of the European Union.
Italy's Five Star Movement, its anti-establishment party, is in the lead on an individual party basis.
There’s a key moment coming up in Italian politics that could have repercussions for the entire European Union.