In this Tuesday, Dec. 14, 2010 file photo, Silvio Berlusconi gestures as he speaks on a mobile phone prior to a parliament debate, at the Senate in Rome, Italy. (AP Photo/Riccardo De Luca, File)
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Former Premier Silvio Berlusconi, booted out of Parliament last year after his tax fraud conviction, met Saturday with his chief political foe, the leader of the main government coalition party, and agreed to back reforms to finally make Italy more governable.Berlusconi said he guaranteed to Renzi that his forces would line up behind reform efforts to achieve "the consolidation of the big parties".After the Democratic Party, Forza Italia is Italy's No. 2 party. Although Berlusconi lost his Senate seat in November because of the conviction, the 77-year-old media mogul still leads Forza Italia, his creation.
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