Berlusconi calls for 'shock law' to jumpstart economy

Three-time premier stumps for Rome Mayor Alemanno

Berlusconi calls for 'shock law' to jumpstart economy

Rome, May 24 - Three-time premier Silvio Berlusconi called for a "shock law" to relaunch the economy on Friday while stumping for incumbent Rome Mayor Gianni Alemanno. Berlusconi, who bestows immense influence over members of his center-right People of Freedom (PdL) party who sit in the fledgling left-right government, said the law "should lower VAT taxes, cut the claws of the Equitalia tax agency, and cut taxes on hiring young people". Alemanno, also of the PdL, is up for reelection Sunday and Monday.

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