At a big press conference, outgoing Italian PM Mario Monti strongly suggested that he isn’t going to run for PM again.Instead he said he would publish ideas that he hoped another party would adopt.However, according to Fabrizio Goria, he’s slightly leaving the possibility open of still running.
Were he not to run, that would be a disappointment to many in Europe, as Monti had been a good “team player” with other European leaders, while also doing a solid job passing budgets and reforms internally.
So Monti will let Italian political parties make the first move. He won’t run for seat in parliament, but would consider premiership offer
— Open Europe (@OpenEurope) December 23, 2012
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