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Prodi

Romano . born 1939, Italian politician; prime minister (1996--98); president of the European Commission from 1999
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Bersani a decide de presenter vendredi matin la candidature prestigieuse de Romano Prodi, deux fois chef du gouvernement, a ce poste.
At this moment our country needs an institutional dialogue on reforms and this can happen if Romano Prodi is in the president's office," she told reporters.
Visiting Romano Prodi stressed at the end of his meeting with Interim Prime Minister Ali Larayedh the need to develop foreign co-operation in order to attract foreign investments and promote Tunisian tourism.
Nuland also welcomed the appointment of Special Envoy Romano Prodi, saying "the Secretary General should empower the envoy to marshal UN resources to help Bamako hold elections by April 2013, and to engage with Malian, Tuareg and regional stakeholders to promote a negotiated settlement to the Tuareg rebellion.
Italian Prime Minister Romano Prodi on Wednesday handed his resignation to President Giorgio Napolitano after losing a crucial vote on foreign policy earlier in the day in the Senate.
ITALIAN PM Romano Prodi last night sensationally quit after a humiliating defeat over Afghanistan.
The Italian Premier Romano Prodi resigned last night after his centre-left government embarrassingly lost a Senate vote on foreign policy, including the country's military mission in Afghanistan.
The riot, which left more than 150 people injured, has persuaded Italian Prime Minister Romano Prodi to promise drastic measures to confront violence in Italian football.
ITALIAN PM Romano Prodi has promised drastic measures to confront violence after clashes at Friday's Catania-Palermo match left a policeman dead and up to 150 people injured.
The revelation that most likely sealed Alexander Litvinenko's death warrant was his charge that Italy's current prime minister, Romano Prodi, was known as the KGB's top man in Italy.
Italian Prime Minister Romano Prodi challenged Air France KLM in a newspaper interview, published on Thursday, to clarify its position on a merger.
Berlusconi lost power to socialist Romano Prodi this year.