Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi reacts during a joint press conference with the Italian Minister of Economy and Finance at Palazzo Chigi in Rome on Nov. 28, 2016. / AFP / Andreas SOLARO
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Two-time Italian premier Romano Prodi Wednesday backed Prime Minister Matteo Renzi's flagship constitutional reform and said he would vote in favor of it in a referendum this weekend.But Prodi criticized the 41-year-old prime minister's decision to stake the government and his political career on the vote.Until Wednesday, he had not taken a public stand on the referendum.Renzi has held dozens of rallies across Italy in the past two months to promote the reform.
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