Giorgio Napolitano, 87, was reelected Saturday afternoon President of the Italian Republic, with a seven year mandate, offering a solution to the political crisis in Italy.
After 5 failed attempts to elect a president, Napolitano, the outgoing president, was asked by all big political parties except the Five Star Movement of Beppe Grillo, to remain at his post. At the 6th vote, he was elected with 738 votes.
Grillo and Vendola apart ( the leader of the SEL party which split...
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