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Prime Minister Enrico Letta promised on Monday to include a swift reform of Italy's widely criticized electoral law and cuts to bureaucracy and taxes in a new coalition pact to be worked out in January. Letta, who is 47, said that 2014 would be a year in which a new generation of leaders would be able to begin reforms to pull Italy out of two decades of stagnation.
|Italy PM Letta Pledges Reform Pact In January|
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