On one side Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, his escapades and his lack of credibility, as he leads an economically fragile country. On the other Mario Draghi, who will take on the presidency of the European Central Bank on November 1. On these two compatriots the fate of the single currency depends in the coming months.
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