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PM Matteo Renzi resigns after clear referendum defeat
Renzi hands in resignation amid political turmoil

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Dec.7   Rome  
  Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has handed in his resignation to Italy's president, three days after losing a referendum he had staked his career on
Dec.4   Rome
  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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Apr.19   Rome
  Matteo Renzi has led calls for more European Union action on sea migration after the latest deadly capsize of a boat in the Mediterranean

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Feb.22   Rome New Italian government sworn in
  A new government led by centre-left politician Matteo Renzi has been sworn in. Renzi, 39, will be the youngest prime minister in the country's history
Feb.21   Rome   Italy's PM-in-waiting names cabinet
  The Italian centre-left leader, Matteo Renzi, has formally accepted the mandate to lead a new government, and has named his cabinet. Feb.17   Rome Italian president asks Renzi to form government
  Giorgio Napolitano has asked Matteo Renzi, the mayor of Florence, to form a new government. It follows the resignation on Friday of PM Enrico Letta
Feb.14   Rome   Florence mayor Matteo Renzi tipped to be Italy's youngest PM  Florence mayor Matteo Renzi is expected to be offered the chance to become Italian prime minister, as talks begin on forming a new government

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