Wednesday, April 20, 2005

Berlusconi steps down in bid to avoid voters

Silvio Berlusconi is resigning as head of the Italian Government in a technical move to launder the image of a regime now clearly rejected by Italian voters. The aim is to avoid an election which would see the government parties hammered by voters.

The second- and third-biggest parties in Berlusconi's four- way coalition, the Union of Christian Democrats and the National Alliance, both want to try mark a clean break with the previous four years of government and are set to try revamp the Cabinet and focus economic policy on low-income households and Italy's depressed south.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Aznar's out, Berlusconi's out, now for Blair!

10:54 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Aznar out, Berlusconi out, Blair out, then Bush out.....

12:34 am  

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