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E. 2006-04-07 Poll rivals in final push Italy

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  Bersani leads Berlusconi in Italian election

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Feb.24   Rome  
  In parliamentary elections polls suggesting the center-left -- led by Pier Luigi Bersani -- is on track to defeat controversial three-time prime minister

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Dec.13   Chile  
  A conservative billionaire businessman Sebastian Pinera and a former center-left president Eduardo Frei will face off in a runoff election

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Apr.14   Rome  
  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 delivered a concession speech live on Italian television. Berlusconi will lead Italy's 63rd government since the end of World War II
  Rome     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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Nov.5   Guatemala   Center-left wins presidential elections
  Alvaro Colom of the National Union of Hope party was declared the official victor

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Apr.15   Rome     Prodi demands Berlusconi concede
  Center-left leader demanded that Premier apologize for claiming there had been fraud in the voting Apr.10   Rome     Prodi ahead of Berlusconi in vote
  Center-left candidate appears headed for victory over Prime Minister in parliamentary elections
 Prime Minister Berlusconi is contesting the claim. Prodi said that his party had taken control of the lower house of Parliament by winning 340 of 630 seats
  Hungary   Center-left set to return  Ruling coalition looked increasingly likely to stay in power after inconclusive first round of general elections Apr.7   Italy     Poll rivals in final push  Prime Minister Berlusconi and his center-left rival Prodi held final, open-air ralliesfor general election campaign

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