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Five Star mouvement supporters demonstrate in front of the Italian Parliament in Rome in support of their candidate Stefano Rodota during the elections on April 20,2013. Italy's main parties appealed to President Giorgio Napolitano today to stay on and help resolve a deepening political crisis after they failed to elect his successor in five rounds of voting. Rodota's candidacy has been put forward by the anti-establishment Five Star Movement, which has called on the other parties to vote for him. Two candidates proposed by the centre-left -- former trade unionist Franco Marini and former European Commission president Romano Prodi -- failed to get elected in voting on Thursday and Friday and have withdrawn their candidacies. AFP PHOTO / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE (Photo credit should read FILIPPO MONTEFORTE/AFP/Getty Images)
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Five Star mouvement supporters demonstrate in front of the Italian Parliament in Rome in support of their candidate Stefano Rodota during the elections on April 20,2013. Italy's main parties appealed to President Giorgio Napolitano today to stay on and help resolve a deepening political crisis after they failed to elect his successor in five rounds of voting. Rodota's candidacy has been put forward by the anti-establishment Five Star Movement, which has called on the other parties to vote for him. Two candidates proposed by the centre-left -- former trade unionist Franco Marini and former European Commission president Romano Prodi -- failed to get elected in voting on Thursday and Friday and have withdrawn their candidacies. AFP PHOTO / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE (Photo credit should read FILIPPO MONTEFORTE/AFP/Getty Images)
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20 avril 2013
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Five Star mouvement supporters demonstrate in front of the Italian... Photo d'actualité 167095925Candidat,Démocratie,Horizontal,Italie,Manifestation,Parlement italien,Politique,Rome,Star,Stefano Rodotà,Supporter,ÉlectionPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPFive Star mouvement supporters demonstrate in front of the Italian Parliament in Rome in support of their candidate Stefano Rodota during the elections on April 20,2013. Italy's main parties appealed to President Giorgio Napolitano today to stay on and help resolve a deepening political crisis after they failed to elect his successor in five rounds of voting. Rodota's candidacy has been put forward by the anti-establishment Five Star Movement, which has called on the other parties to vote for him. Two candidates proposed by the centre-left -- former trade unionist Franco Marini and former European Commission president Romano Prodi -- failed to get elected in voting on Thursday and Friday and have withdrawn their candidacies. AFP PHOTO / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE (Photo credit should read FILIPPO MONTEFORTE/AFP/Getty Images)