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2006-04-06 13:28:02

By Crispian Balmer ROME (Reuters) - Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi went on the warpath on Thursday, three days before a general election, accusing the judiciary, the press, big business and banks of plotting his defeat.

2006-04-05 22:26:43

By Robin Pomeroy ROME (Reuters) - In Italy, the reds are not just under the bed, they could easily slip into power -- that's the message that centre-right Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has repeated like a mantra ahead of this weekend's election.

2006-04-05 09:56:52

By Robin Pomeroy ROME (Reuters) - Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi was forced to back out of a TV appearance on Wednesday amid accusations he was abusing media fairness laws ahead of next week's general election.

2006-04-05 08:49:04

By Robin Pomeroy ROME (Reuters) - Silvio Berlusconi's foes cried foul on Wednesday when the prime minister said he would appear on one of his own television channels just four days before a general election, possibly breaking Italy's electoral laws.

2006-04-05 07:50:47

By Robin Pomeroy ROME (Reuters) - Silvio Berlusconi's foes cried foul on Wednesday when the prime minister said he would appear on one of his own television channels just four days before a general election, possibly breaking Italy's electoral laws.

2006-04-04 11:38:47

By Philip Pullella and Rachel Sanderson ROME (Reuters) - Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's use of an obscenity, "coglioni," to denigrate his adversaries raised the heat of campaigning on Tuesday five days ahead of a general election.

2006-04-04 04:38:31

Please read in 6th paragraph ....2.3 billion euros....

2006-04-04 05:38:53

(Adds more reaction) By Philip Pullella ROME, April 4 (Reuters) - Italy's opposition on Tuesday attacked Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi for promising a revolutionary elimination of property taxes, branding it as an impossible dream that would leave towns and cities bankrupt.

2006-04-03 18:23:06

By Crispian Balmer ROME (Reuters) - With less than a week to go before Italy's general election, Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi sought to upstage his rival Romano Prodi in a final TV debate on Monday, vowing to scrap housing tax if he was returned to power.

2006-04-03 16:59:51

By Crispian Balmer ROME (Reuters) - With less than a week to go before Italy's general election, Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi and his rival Romano Prodi held a final TV debate on Monday, trading insults at will and accusing each other of deceiving the voters.


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