Venerdì, 21 Settembre 2018

Berlusconi ready to stand for premier if Italy votes again


Rome, March 25 - Ex-premier Silvio Berlusconi said
on Monday that he would be willing to stand in elections if
Italians returned to the polls to break the political deadlock
gripping the country since the inconclusive February 24-25
"I feel a huge responsibility," Berlusconi said in an
interview on morning news show La Telefonata broadcast on his
Canale 5 (owned by Mediaset).
On Saturday, Berlusconi told supporters at a rally in Rome
that he was ready for a snap vote.
His rival, center-left coalition and Democratic Party (PD)
leader Pier Luigi Bersani began work over the weekend to form a
government after being handed the mandate by Italian President
Giorgio Napolitano on Friday.
PD leaders have so far refused a broad coalition involving
Berlusconi and his center-right People of Freedom (PdL) party.

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