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April 27, 2013
[We’re satisfied] in terms of the team that we’ve succeeded in putting together, for the willingness that we’ve encountered, for the talent that has put itself at the service of the country. [There’s] satisfaction [also] in terms of the female representation that this government today will be able to show.
Incoming Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta • Speaking on his success in amassing a coalition government including his center-left Democratic Party, and the center-right People Of Freedom Party of disgraced former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi. While Berlusconi will not be a member of the new coalition government, he figures to hold some sway over party politics, as Letta met with him for hours today ahead of this announcement. This may portend a new look ahead for the people of Italy and their government — while the right-wing will be on stable footing with the left, Letta himself has spoken on moving away from the financial austerity policies of recent years. source
18:31 // 1 year ago
November 6, 2011
March 6, 2011
Opposing Irish parties decide to share the burden of leading: Coalition government ahoy! Fine Gael’s Enda Kenny and Labour’s Eamon Gilmore will share leadership duties as Ireland tries to shake off all that economic drama they’ve had lately. source
22:05 // 3 years ago