Draghi was appointed by Premier Silvio Berlusconi's government last month after a banking scandal forced his predecessor, Antonio Fazio, to resign.
Draghi is expected to name a new director general to replace Vincenzo Desario, who wants to resign, according to Italian newspaper La Repubblica. Desario had been serving as acting governor between Fazio's resignation
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