Italian President Sergio Mattarella proposed a 'neutral government' as a solution to the country's post-election political deadlock, speaking from Rome on Monday. «Due to a lack of an agreement, I wish they agree through a confidence vote, to give birth to a neutral government. A government of service. A government neutral in respect to the political parties,» said Mattarella. «If the parties... Еще do not reach any agreement, that neutral government will have to end its mandate at the end of December, right after the approval of the budget law, in order to go to new elections,» .he added Populist Five Star Movement (M5S) were the largest party following Italy's general elections in March, 2018, but has since struggled to form a government majority, resulting in the current political deadlock.