People gather outside the Italian Parliament where lawmakers are voting to elect a new Italian head of state, in Rome, Saturday, April 20, 2013. (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino)
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Italy's President Sergio Mattarella dissolved parliament on Thursday as the country prepares for knife-edge general elections in March.Next year's elections, expected to be held on March 4, may mark a new era of uncertainty for the country. Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni is the third leader of the parliament that was elected in 2013 .Gentiloni visited Mattarella on Thursday to announce that work was finished on adopting the 2018 budget, which passed last week.
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