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Democratic Party won't name premier candidate


Rome, April 23 - Florence Mayor and Democratic
Party (PD) rising star Matteo Renzi said that the PD would not
put forward a name for a premier candidate at the party's
leadership meeting on Tuesday.
Earlier on Tuesday, PD member Umberto Ranieri said that
Renzi would be "a courageous choice answering a political
question and an important step towards the reconstruction of the
relationship between politics and citizens".
Renzi played down speculation the PD would propose him as
premier to newly re-elected President Giorgio Napolitano.
"It's the most surprising and least likely hypothesis, I
don't think it's on the agenda," the popular Florence mayor said
on his way in to a PD leadership meeting.
Ex-premier Giuliano Amato and PD Deputy Secretary Enrico
Letta were more strongly tipped to get the nomination.
Napolitano is winding up talks with parties and is expected
to hand a government-formation mandate late Tuesday to a
respected figure able to master cross-party support.
The PD came first in February's general election but fell
short of a majority in the Senate, leading to two months of

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