Italy swears in Cabinet after 2 months without government

After an inconclusive election in Italy brought about a two-month political stalemate, President Giorgio Napolitano swore in a Cabinet headed by Prime Minister Enrico Letta. The coalition government is made up of ministers from Letta's Democratic Party, former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's People of Freedom party and former Prime Minister Mario Monti's centrist Civic Choice party, as well as several members not affiliated with any party.

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