Italian President Giorgio Napolitano waves next his wife Clio as he leave the Quirinale presidential palace in Rome January 14, 2015. (REUTERS/Remo Casilli)
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Italy's president resigned Wednesday, setting off a scramble for a new head of state that will test Premier Matteo Renzi's ability to unite his own bickering party without alienating opposition support for electoral reform.Parliament and regional electors must hold a special election within 15 days for a new president.To secure continued support from Berlusconi, many observers believe Renzi might accept a candidate backed by the media mogul and former conservative premier.
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