Italian President to "cleanse" the new cabinet

Italian President Giorgio Napolitano, who yesterday accepted the resignation of Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, consult with the formation of a new government, said representatives of the Office of the President, quoted by RIA Novosti. Berluskoniv resignation was the result of the political crisis that erupted against the backdrop of severe financial and economic difficulties in recent years in Rome. Late last night he resigned after the Italian Parliament approved the final package of restrictive anti-crisis measures.


Earlier, the Italian Senate approved a new anti-crisis measures. The anti-crisis package includes key economic reforms aimed at preventing the bankruptcy of the country. It provides for the freezing of salaries in the public and the public sector in 2014, and additional taxes for the energy sector. There are plans to gradually increase the retirement age from 65 to 60 in 2026 began consultations on Napolitano at the Presidential Palace 09. 00 hours, local time. The first meeting with President President went to the upper house of parliament Renato boat. It was followed by the head of the House Gianfranco Fini. By the end of the day, Giorgio Napolitano, will hold talks with representatives of all parliamentary groups and associations, as well as with its predecessors as president and lifetime senators. The latest in the presidential palace to come representatives of the people of freedom, which is led by Silvio Berlusconi. It is expected that after these negotiations will become clearer, and the new Prime Minister, to take the necessary measures to eliminate the third force in the economy of the EU's economic power, which has fallen. Favourite for the post of prime minister is a former head of the Antimonopoly Committee of Mario Monti, the European Union. Previously appeared in the media for three candidates for Silvio Berlusconi. Meanwhile, Silvio Berlusconi has promised to no longer offer his candidature for the post of prime minister. At the same time in Italy, few believe that he would leave politics. In three simple office Berlusconi has repeatedly been accused of corruption, but there is still a suspect in a sexual relationship with an underage prostitute. At the same time, while Europe was covered by the debt crisis, he still enjoys the support of a large number of Italians, in spite of all charges.

May 16 2013, Offshore




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