Italy president says Letta to seek parliament backing for solid govt
ROME Oct 1 (Reuters) - Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta will seek support in parliament to continue at the head of a solid government next year, President Giorgio Napolitano said in a statement on Tuesday after a meeting with Letta.
Letta is due to outline a programme of priorities in a speech to parliament on Wednesday and is expected to call a confidence vote afterwards.
Napolitano said Letta would seek "stable commitment for continuing government action from the most immediate deadlines to objectives to be pursued in 2014".
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