Italy's divided Parliament still can't form a government

The Italian Parliament has remained deadlocked, unable to form a coalition government and select a president three weeks after the general election. Outgoing technocratic Prime Minister Mario Monti might end up keeping his post for a while as caretaker head of government. Former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi and his conservative party are calling for another election to break the impasse.

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