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Mario Monti won't run in next elections

If a party or coalition backing his agenda asked him to be their candidate, “I would consider it,” he said.

24th December, 2012
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Mario Monti addresses the press

Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti said he won’t run in the country’s elections in February, though he would consider being the candidate for a coalition backing his economic agenda.

“For the forces that are willing to convincingly and coherently adhere to the Monti agenda, I am ready to give my appreciation, encouragement, and if requested, my guidance and I’d be willing to assume one day, if the circumstances lend themselves to...

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