In this photo taken on April 16, 2013 Romano Prodi smiles as he gives a Lectio-Magistralis at the Pontificia Universita' Angelicum in Rome. Italy's Parliament has opened a third round of voting for the nation's president after two inconclusive votes a day earlier. In a bid to change the dynamic during Friday's voting, the center-left leader proposed former Premier Romano Prodi for the post. However, Silvio Berlusconi's center-right has already signaled its opposition to the man who twice beat Berlusconi in national elections. (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino)

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In this photo taken on April 16, 2013 Romano Prodi smiles as he gives a Lectio-Magistralis at the Pontificia Universita' Angelicum in Rome. Italy's Parliament has opened a third round of voting for the nation's president after two inconclusive votes a day earlier. In a bid to change the dynamic during Friday's voting, the center-left leader proposed former Premier Romano Prodi for the post. However, Silvio Berlusconi's center-right has already signaled its opposition to the man who twice beat Berlusconi in national elections. (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino)
In this photo taken on April 16, 2013 Romano Prodi smiles as he gives a Lectio-Magistralis at the Pontificia Universita' Angelicum in Rome. Italy's Parliament has opened a third round of voting for the nation's president after two inconclusive votes a day earlier. In a bid to change the dynamic during Friday's voting, the center-left leader proposed former Premier Romano Prodi for the post. However, Silvio Berlusconi's center-right has already signaled its opposition to the man who twice beat Berlusconi in national elections. (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino)
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