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Anti-establishment Five Star Movement's Vito Crimi, left, and Roberta Lombardi meet the journalists after talks with Italian President Giorgio Napolitano, in Rome's Quirinale presidential palace, Tuesday, April 23, 2013. President Giorgio Napolitano launches his unprecedented second term with accelerated consultations aimed at forming a new government. Napolitano, 87, has urged parties to quickly agree on a new government, chastising them for treating the notion of a political alliance as a "horror" and urging them to face the reality that no party in Feb. 24-25 elections won control of both houses. (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia)

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Anti-establishment Five Star Movement's Vito Crimi, left, and Roberta Lombardi meet the journalists after talks with Italian President Giorgio Napolitano, in Rome's Quirinale presidential palace, Tuesday, April 23, 2013. President Giorgio Napolitano launches his unprecedented second term with accelerated consultations aimed at forming a new government. Napolitano, 87, has urged parties to quickly agree on a new government, chastising them for treating the notion of a political alliance as a "horror" and urging them to face the reality that no party in Feb. 24-25 elections won control of both houses. (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia)
Anti-establishment Five Star Movement's Vito Crimi, left, and Roberta Lombardi meet the journalists after talks with Italian President Giorgio Napolitano, in Rome's Quirinale presidential palace, Tuesday, April 23, 2013. President Giorgio Napolitano launches his unprecedented second term with accelerated consultations aimed at forming a new government. Napolitano, 87, has urged parties to quickly agree on a new government, chastising them for treating the notion of a political alliance as a "horror" and urging them to face the reality that no party in Feb. 24-25 elections won control of both houses. (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia)
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