Italyâ€™s inconclusive election triggered renewed market convulsions over Europeâ€™s debt crisis as recession-scarred voters repudiated budget rigor and established former comedian BeppeItalyâ€™s inconclusive election triggered renewed market convulsions over Europeâ€™s debt crisis as recession-scarred voters repudiated budget rigor and established former comedian Beppe Grillo as a political force.
In the four-way race, pre-election favorite Pier Luigi Bersani won the lower house by less than a half a point. Silvio Berlusconi, the former premier fighting a tax-fraud conviction and charges of paying a minor for sex, called for a recount and won a blocking minority in the Senate. In its first national contest, Grilloâ€™s group got more than 25 percent support. Grillo as a political force.
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