Berlusconi finally accepted defeat and does not require recalculation of votes, a new election will not - the solution grand coalition
Originally Berlusconi refused to accept electoral defeat and announced that it intends to request a recalculation of votes. Berlusconi, together with its partners in the Commons gained only 0.5% fewer votes than the winning coalition, led by the Democrats led by Pier Luigi Bersanim.
The third strongest candidate Beppe Grillo, who won about 25 percent support of voters said he would not go into coalition with either Bersanim but even with Berlusconi.
It is assumed that the Italian President Giorgio Napolitano propose the creation of a provisional government similar to the one now led by Mario Monti. One of the key tasks interim government should be to prepare a new electoral law that would prepare for new elections. This may stretch the political deadlock in Italy for the whole year.
Analysts agree that one of the few viable political scene by arrangement after the election could be just the repetition of the grand coalition, which would further support the caretaker government. The new government should be economic issues and the reform of the political system in the country.
In the House of Commons Bersani coalition won 29.5 percent support, Berlusconi's coalition then 29.2% and 25.6% gained Grillo. In the Senate, the Bersani received 31.6 percent support, the second Berlusconi 30.7% and 23.79% Grillo. Support for Prime Minister Monti was about 10 percent.
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