Mario Draghi, who draws at least two generous state pensions and owns or part-owns around 10 houses, has said he will not receive any salary for his job as Italy's prime minister. Italian politicians are obliged to publish their tax returns and Draghi took advantage of the occasion to announce that he was giving up the gross salary of around 110,000 euros that he had a right to as premier. He did not give any reason for the decision. Draghi's 2020 tax return, published late on Wednesday, showed he received gross income of 583,470 euros in 2019. Mario Draghi, who draws at least two generous state pensions and owns or part-owns around 10 houses, has said he will not receive any salary for his job as Italy's prime minister. Italian politicians are obliged to publish their tax returns and Draghi took advantage of the occasion to announce that he was giving up the gross salary of around 110,000 euros that he had a right to as premier. He did not give any reason for the decision...

(Forrás: reuters.com, lusta által)

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