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May 10, 2006
Italian Senator Giorgio Napolitano (C) and Senate speaker Franco Marini (R) listen as lower chamber speaker...
Rome, Italy
Italian Senator Napolitano and Senate speaker Marini listen as lower chamber speaker Bertinotti reads...
Italian Senator Giorgio Napolitano (C) and Senate speaker Franco Marini (R) listen as lower chamber speaker Fausto Bertinotti reads the results of a vote by fellow lawmakers to pick a head of state, in Rome May 10, 2006. Italy elected a new president on Wednesday, ending a lengthy period of political limbo and opening the way for Romano Prodi to become prime minister more than a month after beating Silvio Berlusconi at the polls. Prodi's candidate, Napolitano, an ex-communist 80-year-old life senator, secured 543 votes from the "grand electors" -- parliamentarians and regional representatives -- 38 more than the absolute majority needed. REUTERS/Max Rossi
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