First we will talk about Italy‘s Matteo Renzi who announced his resignation after his intent to reform the constitution was declined by voters. The referendum defeat, with most ballots counted, the No vote at 60% versus 40% for Yes, with a 70% turnout.
Italy’s president, who he will meet later on Monday, will select if he should appoint a new PM or hold elections.
|Matteo Renzi and John Key|
Now we will talk about New Zealand‘s PM, John Key, who has announced his resignation citing family reasons and called the decision to be “the hardest decision I’ve ever made.”
“I don’t know what I’ll do next,” Key added.
Mr Key, a popular leader, said it was a personal decision.