Draghi's new Italian government sworn in at Quirinal Palace

 ROME -- Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi and his 23 ministers were sworn in by President Sergio Mattarella at the Quirinal Palace Saturday, ending Italy's government crisis.

 Draghi left the Quirinal Palace for Palazzo Chigi where his predecessor Giuseppe Conte handed over the prime minister's office.  Draghi's cabinet is a mixture of technical experts and career politicians, recalling the Ciampi government in the past, political experts said.
 Draghi told Mattarella on Friday evening that he would be able to form a government including ministers from most parties across the political spectrum including the League and Forza Italia as well as the Five Star Movement and the Democratic Party.