Italian prime minister resigns, ending relatively long period of political stability

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After 16 months of relative stability in Italian politics, Italy's Prime Minister Mario Draghi has resigned. John Last reports from Padua, Italy, that multiple national crises are likely to make the upcoming election chaotic, which will benefit far right candidates the most.

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