Italy rejoices - Berlusconi left

The resignation of Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, President Giorgio Napolitano in the country, news agencies reported. The news was greeted with shouts of approval from hundreds of Italians gathered in the center of Rome in anticipation of the Prime Minister to come out. By the end of last night on the streets of Rome were celebrating the end of his people and reminded the Eternal City on the day after Italy won the World Cup.


Impromptu orchestra and choir singing "Hallelujah," while hundreds of people were opening a bottle of champagne. Resignation comes 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 to prevent the bankruptcy of the country. And provides for the freezing of wages 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 60 to 65 in 2026 to remind the prime minister of Italy announced that he would resign after the parliament adopts the measures and reforms promised by Rome to Brussels. the most likely successor to Berlusconi is renowned economist Mario Monti, who led the EU's antitrust commission. 68-year-old Monty has received support from President Napolitano, who made a life senator. Economist supported the ruling majority and the main opposition parties in the country. Earlier media reports of the three candidates for Silvio Berlusconi.

May 26 2013, Analytics




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