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New Head Of Italy's Left Indicates Won't Push For Snap Election

The new leader of Italy's center-left Democratic Party indicated on Sunday, he will support the ruling coalition government led by fellow PD member Enrico Letta into 2015 and does not plan to push for a snap election. Florence mayor Matteo Renzi's landslide win in a primary ballot last week, which made him the PD candidate in any eventual election, raised speculation he might push his party to abandon its coalition government for a snap vote.

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