Monti, in Twitter Q&A, says new voting law priority for Italy

ROME (Reuters) – Outgoing Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti said on Saturday if he wins February's parliamentary election one of his first acts would be to overhaul the voting law to improve democracy and government stability. Monti, 69, who last week confirmed he would lead a centrist coalition in the February 24-25 vote, called himself …

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