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    • After some bickering with President Sergio Mattarella, Conte's cabinet, which was dubbed by the media as Western European "first all-populist government", was sworn in on 1 June.Lega Nord-Wikipedia
    • In 2017 his remains were returned to rest in Italy, following an agreement between Italian President Sergio Mattarella and Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi.Victor Emmanuel III of Italy-Wikipedia
    • After both parties agreed on a government programme, he was sworn in as Prime Minister on 1 June by President Sergio Mattarella, appointing the M5S and League leaders as his joint deputies.Giuseppe Conte-Wikipedia
    • This leeway extends even further to cabinet appointments, as in 2018 when President Mattarella blocked the appointment of Paolo Savona to the Ministry of Economy and Finance.President of Italy-Wikipedia
    • The wife of the current president Sergio Mattarella having died in 2012, three years before his election, it is his daughter Laura who is considered as the companion of his father and who assist him on several occasions.First lady-Wikipedia
    • On 28 December 2017, President Sergio Mattarella dissolved Parliament and a new general election was called for 4 March 2018.2018 Italian general election-Wikipedia

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