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During his career, Monti has also held various leadership positions with MassMutual and UNUM.
Born in Milan, Monti graduated in her hometown school of music with top honors and special mention.
Some Monti hawkers have also expressed their preference for a fixed stall which, however, would complicate the process as it would require a Planning Authority permit, consultations with Transport Malta, as well as the closing of the street even when the market is not operating.
However, most capitals prefer to let Monti decide on certain organisational issues, such as the leadership of the Secretariat.
Garry Wood pulled one back for the hosts before teen Craig Wighton made it four with Monti netting a fifth from a rebound after missing a second penalty.
Monti, who is struggling to attract votes in the centre, said in an interview with Rome's Il Messaggero daily on Tuesday: "We have nothing in common with the left-wing coalition.
Monti, a la tete d'une coalition centriste pour le scrutin des 24 et 25 fevrier, a par ailleurs ajoute que le Parti populaire europeen (PPE), la famille politique de Silvio Berlusconi a l'echelle de l'UE, "montre qu'il nous apprecie grandement et supporte mal Berlusconi".
Monti said it also took measures to help families and the economically lagging south.
Appointed in 2011 to guide Italy out of the financial crisis, Monti ruled with the parliamentary backing of both the PD and PDL until Berlusconi decided to withdraw support earlier this month.
Monti announced his intention to resign on December 8, several days after Silvio Berlusconi's People of Freedom party made it clear they would no longer support the technocrat government that formed following Berlusconi's resignation in November 2011.
Monti was appointed prime minister last year after the resignation of former premier Silvio Berlusconi.
Speaking to a meeting of ambassadors in Rome, Monti said on Friday that his 13-month office was "difficult but fascinating" and "the situation of Europe and the eurozone has greatly improved, also thanks to Italy.