Italians just love their parties

Italy's latest crack at having a stable government takes place today and tomorrow as Italians go to the polls.

24th February, 2013
'All was going as well as could be expected until Berlusconi remembered that Italy couldn't do without his charisma, political skill and his way with the ladies, and that it was his duty to lead them once more'.

Italy's latest crack at having a stable government takes place today and tomorrow as Italians go to the polls, with many people hoping and/or fearing a possible return to power for the greatest statesmen Italy has known since Julius Caesar himself: Silvio Berlusconi.

As exclusively revealed in this column last week, 'Cardinal' Berlusconi is also running for the vacant seat in the Vatican.

If he can 'do the double', as it's known in Italy,...

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