Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte on Monday urged members of this anti-establishment 5-Star Movement to rear a new coalition with opposition Democratic Party (PD) since the team is supposed to hold an internet vote on the subject on Tuesday.
Together with the results of the vote unsure, Conte said in a Facebook movie the suggested coalition would be helpful for Italy.
“I know your doubts, however there’s a exceptional chance to show we could decisively reform this nation and do amazing things,” said Conte, a law professor with no political affiliation but is regarded as near 5-Star.
“To do so we do not need superheroes my son enjoys so much. It is enough to have people that are ordinary but accountable and decided, who love their country more than anything else”
Conte has held a round of discussions with both 5-Star and PD leaders following his prior administration dropped when the far-right League pulled in a bid to trigger early elections.
An opinion survey for La7 television station said 51 percent of 5-Star supporters supported a tie-up together with the PD, although some 69 percent of PD respondents supported the notion.
PD leader Nicola Zingaretti stated that he was confident a deal could be reached.
“We’re working as you understand with patience and also in a severe fashion for the creation of a true government of change, since this is exactly what Italy should revive the market,” he told reporters.