PdL 'satisfied' after 'constructive' Letta talks

Grand coalition bid continues

PdL 'satisfied' after 'constructive' Letta talks

Rome, April 25 - Silvio Berlusconi's centre-right People of Freedom (PdL) Party said Thursday it was "satisfied" after talks with centre-left Democratic Party (PD) deputy head Enrico Letta, tasked by newly re-elected President Giorgio Napolitano to form a coalition government after a two-month post-election stalemate. PdL Secretary Angelo Alfano said the talks were "conducted in a constructive spirit". Many in the PD have given grudging assent to a deal with old foe Berlusconi. Napolitano has warned parties to put aside their differences and form a government to tackle the economic crisis and pass much-needed reforms, threatening to quit if they don't.

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