As former Italian PM Matteo Renzi resigns, the 43-year old takes responsibility for the rout of the centre-left that saw his own Democratic Party garner a mere 18 percent of the vote. The country is now split between the far-right League in the north and the anti-establishment Five-Star movement in the south, with both their leaders staking a claim to the prime minister's post. We'll ask what it means for Europe and whether it makes the eurozone's third economy ungovernable.
Produced by Van MEGUERDITCHIAN, Charles WENTE and James VASINA.
Senior Economist, OFCE Sciences Po
History Professor, Luiss Guido Carli University
Economist, Chicago Booth School of Business
France 24 correspondent in Rome