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ROME: Former Italian prime minister, Silvio Berlusconi lashed out at Mario Monti’s government and threatened to withdraw support from the government as he considers Monti's fiscal reforms counterproductive, as per reports.

Silvio Berlusconi threatens to withdraw support from govt

ROME: Former Italian prime minister, Silvio Berlusconi lashed out at Mario Monti’s government and threatened to withdraw support from the government as he considers Monti's fiscal reforms counterproductive, as per reports.

After being convicted for tax fraud, Mr Berlusconi confirmed that he had no plans to contest 2013 elections. He reportedly announced a movement to reform country’s justice system.
Berlusconi delivered an at times breathless 50-minute speech in one of his Milan-area villas and took another 40 minutes of questions, a day after a Milan court sentenced him to four years in prison and barred him from public office for five years in a decade-old case involving the purchase of TV rights of US films for his media empire.
 

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