Italian Democratic Party lawmaker Enrico Letta makes his statement to the media after talks with Italian President Giorgio Napolitano, in Rome's Quirinale presidential palace, Wednesday, April 24, 2013. Italy's president has appointed Enrico Letta as premier, asking him to try to form a government to end Italy's political paralysis and set the country back on the path of reform and economic growth. Letta, a 46-year-old longtime center-left lawmaker, told reporters Wednesday he accepted the job knowing it's an enormous responsibility and that Italy's political class "has lost all credibility." (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia)

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Italian Democratic Party lawmaker Enrico Letta makes his statement to the media after talks with Italian President Giorgio Napolitano, in Rome's Quirinale presidential palace, Wednesday, April 24, 2013. Italy's president has appointed Enrico Letta as premier, asking him to try to form a government to end Italy's political paralysis and set the country back on the path of reform and economic growth. Letta, a 46-year-old longtime center-left lawmaker, told reporters Wednesday he accepted the job knowing it's an enormous responsibility and that Italy's political class "has lost all credibility." (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia)
Italian Democratic Party lawmaker Enrico Letta makes his statement to the media after talks with Italian President Giorgio Napolitano, in Rome's Quirinale presidential palace, Wednesday, April 24, 2013. Italy's president has appointed Enrico Letta as premier, asking him to try to form a government to end Italy's political paralysis and set the country back on the path of reform and economic growth. Letta, a 46-year-old longtime center-left lawmaker, told reporters Wednesday he accepted the job knowing it's an enormous responsibility and that Italy's political class "has lost all credibility." (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia)
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