Italy: Parliament passed the “Stability Law” and Berlusconi resigned
Italy, November 12, 2011
The Lower Chamber, with 380 votes in favor and 26 against, approved the adjustment law that the EU required to provide aids to Italy. Thus, as promised, Silvio Berlusconi resigned.
After the Senate’s approval to the Act of Stability, Italy started the end of the political life of a man who dominated scene during nearly 20 years. Afterwards, “Il Cavaliere” addressed to Quirinale palace to meet the President, Giorgio Napolitano, and resigned.
Who will assume as Prime Minister is Mario Monti, an economist and lifetime senator. He promised to stay away from the political terrain and “stabilize the economy”.
The party Italy of Values, headed former judge anticorruption Antonio Di Pietro, opposes this designation consider “over same.”