Friday, April 15, 2011

Berlusconi promised that he will not occur in 2013

The Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has confirmed he will not run as a candidate for reelection in the upcoming elections to be held in 2013. According to BBC reports, it was announced at a dinner with reporters, although he qualified that will all depend on how the polls when election date approaches.

At the meeting with journalists of 'Le Monde', 'Wall Street Journal' and 'The Guardian' proposed as a successor to the current Justice Minister Angelino Alfano. "If they need me as a noble father, I am available, could be top of the list of the Freedom Party (PDL), but I do not want an operational role," he said, 'Il Cavaliere' to the press.

The Prime Minister said that according to latest polls, 50% of Italians will continue to support despite the sex scandals in which he allegedly was involved. Berlusconi heads the Italian Government since May 2008. He was also prime minister twice before: April 1994 to January 1995 and June 2001 to May 2006.

Before leaving, Berlusconi warned journalists to complete its plans for reform of the Italian judicial system will change the Constitution and replace members of the Constitutional Court.

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