Two months political deadlock in Italy was ended by the intervention of President Giorgio Napolitano. He has been one of two key players in the last 18 months and was crucial to appointing Prime Minister Enrico Letta. He also has a major role to play with the other key player, Silvio Berlusconi, who could demolish the fragile coaltion government and call for new elections or opt for immunity from prosecution.

<i>Italians believe that Prime Minister Enrico Letta’s government is the only one which could have emerged from the elections in February 2013. Public opinion was relieved and financial markets rejoiced when, after two months’ deadlock, centre-right leader Silvo Berluscon...

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Professor Enrico Colombatto
The bottom line is that the ball is now in the judges’ court. Once they deliver their verdict, thought to be on June 24, Mr Napolitano and Mr Berlusconi will decide how to move
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