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Rome set to elect Virginia Raggi as first female mayor  Virginia Raggi, from the anti-establishment Five Star Movement, is seen as the favourite against Giachetti of the centre-left Democratic Party Italy deadlock after protest vote  Pier Luigi Bersani's centre-left has narrowly won the lower house but ex-PM Silvio Berlusconi's centre-right is challenging for control of the Senate   Bersani leads Berlusconi in Italian election  In parliamentary elections polls suggesting the center-left -- led by Pier Luigi Bersani -- is on track to defeat controversial three-time prime...   Billionaire Berlusconi wins election
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PM Matteo Renzi resigns after clear referendum defeat
Italy election: Projections point to hung parliament
  Italy is on course for a hung parliament after voters backed right-wing and populist parties, vote projections based on partial results suggest

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  Renzi has resigned after suffering a heavy defeat in a referendum over his plan to reform the constitution. No vote leads with 60% against 40% for Yes


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  Conservative former prime minister is on track to become next leader after his center-left rival Walter Veltroni conceded general election defeat.    Charismatic center-right Silvio Berlusconi, 71, has a commanding lead in both houses of parliament. 52-year-old Veltroni deliv...
  Berlusconi narrowly ahead in vote  First projections showed billionaire ex-prime minister Silvio Berlusconi narrowly ahead of center-left candidate Walter Veltroni

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Apr.19   Supreme court confirms Prodi poll victory
  The court has ruled Prodi the election winner, after the result was challenged by Prime Minister Berlusconi Italy's high court to rule on poll  Supreme court is expected to confirm provisional results showing that Romano Prodi narrowly won Apr.14   Poll result set to stand  Prodi looks set to be confirmed as the winner of general election after the number of contested ballots was lowered Apr.11   Berlusconi disputes Prodi victory  Centre-left opposition leader has been declared official winner of the parliamentary election   Prodi hails Italy poll 'victory'
  Centre-left leader says he has won the right to become the prime minister following a narrow victory
Apr.10   Prodi ahead of Berlusconi in vote  Center-left candidate appears headed for victory over Prime Minister in parliamentary elections

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Apr.18   No pope chosen in first vote
   Vatican: Black smoke exited a chimney at the Sistine Chapel, indicating a vote was taken and a pope was not selected

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May.14   Berlusconi won election
  He pledges new era. Centre-right get 177 seats and Rutelli's centre-left have 125 in the 324 member Senate
May.13 Center-right has slight lead  Early results of showed Berlusconi leading former Rome Mayor Rutell by a small margin

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