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Italian Democratic Party's leader Matteo Renzi talks to journalists at the Quirinale presidential palace after talks with Italan President Giorgio Napolitano, in Rome, Monday, Feb. 17, 2014. Renzi was asked to form a new government to replace the one he sacked through a stunning power-grab within his own party. Renzi drove himself to his meeting with Napolitano, mimicking the down-to-earth approach of his predecessor, Enrico Letta.(AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino)
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The head of the leftist Democratic Party, Matteo Renzi speaks to reporters at Quirinale Palace in Rome on February 17, 2014, after being nominated Italy's youngest-ever prime minister by the President. Renzi outlined an ambitious plan for reform on February 17 just after receiving the nomination to be the country's new prime minister, promising to apply all his "energy, enthusiasm and commitment". Renzi said he would begin coalition talks on Tuesday and vowed to act quickly to reform the constitution, the labour market, education and the tax system. AFP PHOTO / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE
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The head of the leftist Democratic Party, Matteo Renzi speaks to reporters at Quirinale Palace in Rome on February 17, 2014, after being nominated Italy's youngest-ever prime minister by the President. Renzi outlined an ambitious plan for reform on February 17 just after receiving the nomination to be the country's new prime minister, promising to apply all his "energy, enthusiasm and commitment". Renzi said he would begin coalition talks on Tuesday and vowed to act quickly to reform the constitution, the labour market, education and the tax system. AFP PHOTO / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE
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The head of the leftist Democratic Party, Matteo Renzi speaks to reporters at Quirinale Palace in Rome on February 17, 2014, after being nominated Italy's youngest-ever prime minister by the President. Renzi outlined an ambitious plan for reform on February 17 just after receiving the nomination to be the country's new prime minister, promising to apply all his "energy, enthusiasm and commitment". Renzi said he would begin coalition talks on Tuesday and vowed to act quickly to reform the constitution, the labour market, education and the tax system. AFP PHOTO / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE
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The head of the leftist Democratic Party, Matteo Renzi speaks to reporters at Quirinale Palace in Rome on February 17, 2014, after being nominated Italy's youngest-ever prime minister by the President. Renzi outlined an ambitious plan for reform on February 17 just after receiving the nomination to be the country's new prime minister, promising to apply all his "energy, enthusiasm and commitment". Renzi said he would begin coalition talks on Tuesday and vowed to act quickly to reform the constitution, the labour market, education and the tax system. AFP PHOTO / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE
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The head of the leftist Democratic Party, Matteo Renzi arrives for a press point at Quirinale Palace in Rome on February 17, 2014, after being nominated Italy's youngest-ever prime minister by the President. Renzi outlined an ambitious plan for reform on February 17 just after receiving the nomination to be the country's new prime minister, promising to apply all his "energy, enthusiasm and commitment". Renzi said he would begin coalition talks on Tuesday and vowed to act quickly to reform the constitution, the labour market, education and the tax system. AFP PHOTO / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE
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The head of the leftist Democratic Party, Matteo Renzi arrives for a press point at Quirinale Palace in Rome on February 17, 2014, after being nominated Italy's youngest-ever prime minister by the President. Renzi outlined an ambitious plan for reform on February 17 just after receiving the nomination to be the country's new prime minister, promising to apply all his "energy, enthusiasm and commitment". Renzi said he would begin coalition talks on Tuesday and vowed to act quickly to reform the constitution, the labour market, education and the tax system. AFP PHOTO / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE
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Italian Democratic Party's leader Matteo Renzi talks to journalists at the Quirinale presidential palace after talks with Italan President Giorgio Napolitano, in Rome, Monday, Feb. 17, 2014. Renzi was asked to form a new government to replace the one he sacked through a stunning power-grab within his own party. Renzi drove himself to his meeting with Napolitano, mimicking the down-to-earth approach of his predecessor, Enrico Letta.(AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino)
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The head of the leftist Democratic Party, Matteo Renzi arrives for a press point at Quirinale Palace in Rome on February 17, 2014, after being nominated Italy's youngest-ever prime minister by the President. Renzi outlined an ambitious plan for reform on February 17 just after receiving the nomination to be the country's new prime minister, promising to apply all his "energy, enthusiasm and commitment". Renzi said he would begin coalition talks on Tuesday and vowed to act quickly to reform the constitution, the labour market, education and the tax system. AFP PHOTO / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE
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The head of the leftist Democratic Party, Matteo Renzi speaks to reporters at the Quirinale Palace on February 17, 2014, after being nominated Italy's Prime Minister by President Giorgio Napolitano. The 39-year-old Florence mayor Matteo Renzi is the Italy's youngest-ever premier. AFP PHOTO / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE
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The head of the leftist Democratic Party, Matteo Renzi speaks to reporters at Quirinale Palace in Rome on February 17, 2014, after being nominated Italy's youngest-ever prime minister by the President. Renzi outlined an ambitious plan for reform on February 17 just after receiving the nomination to be the country's new prime minister, promising to apply all his "energy, enthusiasm and commitment". Renzi said he would begin coalition talks on Tuesday and vowed to act quickly to reform the constitution, the labour market, education and the tax system. AFP PHOTO / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE
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Italian Democratic Party's leader Matteo Renzi leaves the Quirinale presidential palace after talks with Italan President Giorgio Napolitano, in Rome, Monday, Feb. 17, 2014. Renzi was asked to form a new government to replace the one he sacked through a stunning power-grab within his own party. Renzi drove himself to his meeting with Napolitano, mimicking the down-to-earth approach of his predecessor, Enrico Letta.(AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino)
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Florence mayor Matteo Renzi greets couples that have been married for over 50 years during a ceremony on Valentine's Day in Florence, Italy, Friday, Feb. 14, 2014. Outgoing Premier Enrico Letta hosted his final cabinet meeting Friday after his party sacked him in a stunning power play to put Florence's dynamic young mayor at the helm of the Italian government. His rival and the architect of his downfall spent the day doing what he does best, charming ordinary Italians by celebrating Valentine's Day at Florence's city hall with hundreds of married couples. (AP Photo/Fabrizio Giovannozzi)
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Florence mayor Matteo Renzi smiles during a ceremony on Valentine's Day in Florence, Italy, Friday, Feb. 14, 2014. Outgoing Premier Enrico Letta hosted his final cabinet meeting Friday after his party sacked him in a stunning power play to put Florence's dynamic young mayor at the helm of the Italian government. His rival and the architect of his downfall spent the day doing what he does best, charming ordinary Italians by celebrating Valentine's Day at Florence's city hall with hundreds of married couples. (AP Photo/Fabrizio Giovannozzi)
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Florence mayor Matteo Renzi greets couples that have been married for over 50 years during a ceremony on Valentine's Day in Florence, Italy, Friday, Feb. 14, 2014. Outgoing Premier Enrico Letta hosted his final cabinet meeting Friday after his party sacked him in a stunning power play to put Florence's dynamic young mayor at the helm of the Italian government. His rival and the architect of his downfall spent the day doing what he does best, charming ordinary Italians by celebrating Valentine's Day at Florence's city hall with hundreds of married couples. (AP Photo/Fabrizio Giovannozzi)
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Italian Democratic Party's leader Matteo Renzi smiles to journalists at the Quirinale presidential palace after talks with Italian President Giorgio Napolitano, in Rome, Monday, Feb. 17, 2014. Renzi was asked to form a new government to replace the one he sacked through a stunning power-grab within his own party. Renzi drove himself to his meeting with Napolitano, mimicking the down-to-earth approach of his predecessor, Enrico Letta. (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino)
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Italian Democratic Party's leader Matteo Renzi smiles to journalists at the Quirinale presidential palace after talks with Italian President Giorgio Napolitano, in Rome, Monday, Feb. 17, 2014. Renzi was asked to form a new government to replace the one he sacked through a stunning power-grab within his own party. Renzi drove himself to his meeting with Napolitano, mimicking the down-to-earth approach of his predecessor, Enrico Letta. (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino)
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