Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi said on Thursday he would not take any part in efforts to form a temporary or technocratic government if he loses next month’s referendum on constitutional reform.
Renzi has promised to resign if he loses the vote, and with the majority of polls pointing to that outcome, attention has focused on what may happen after the Dec. 4 ballot.
Many observers expect a temporary government to be formed, charged with drafting a new electoral system, or a so-called “technical” government of experts without party affiliation.
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