From the outset, Silvio Berlusconi's occupation was once anticipated to be brief, and he has been thought of comprehensive a number of occasions, simply to have reemerged triumphant. This attention-grabbing political and historic learn exhibits that Berlusconi's luck and resilience have lain in his skill to supply solutions to longstanding questions in Italian background.
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