Martedì, 23 Ottobre 2018
ROME

Napolitano says successor will shepherd govt

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Rome, April 12 - Italian President Giorgio
Napolitano says it will be up to his replacement to supervise
the process for installing a new government.
"Now the work and the decisions pass over to the political
parties and whoever will be my successor to draw the
conclusions," Napolitano, whose term as head of state ends next
month, said Friday.
He spoke after unveiling the results of more than a week's
work by the 10 "wise men" he had appointed to develop proposals
for economic and institutional reforms in Italy.
Those proposals must now be turned into a government
programme capable of winning cross-party support.
It is up to the political parties to make a "similar effort
of good will for an agreement" to break the deadlock Italy has
endured since February's inconclusive general election, he
added.
Napolitano's seven-year term of office ends next month and
the election of his successor is to begin next Thursday.

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