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Italy's Monti says would consider standing at election

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ALESSANDRO BIANCHI

Italian caretaker Prime Minister Mario Monti gestures during an end of the year news conference in Rome December 23, 2012. Monti said on Sunday that he would be ready to offer his leadership to political forces that adopt his agenda of reforms the country needs. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi

Italian caretaker Prime Minister Mario Monti gestures during an end of the year news conference in Rome December 23, 2012. Monti said on Sunday that he would be ready to offer his leadership to political forces that adopt his agenda of reforms the country needs. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
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YVES HERMAN

Italy's Prime Minister Mario Monti arrives at a news conference after a European Union leaders summit in Brussels December 14, 2012. REUTERS/Yves Herman

Italy's Prime Minister Mario Monti arrives at a news conference after a European Union leaders summit in Brussels December 14, 2012. REUTERS/Yves Herman
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ALESSANDRO BIANCHI

Italian caretaker Prime Minister Mario Monti gestures during an end of the year news conference in Rome December 23, 2012. Monti said on Sunday that he would be ready to offer his leadership to political forces that adopt his agenda of reforms the country needs. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi

Italian caretaker Prime Minister Mario Monti gestures during an end of the year news conference in Rome December 23, 2012. Monti said on Sunday that he would be ready to offer his leadership to political forces that adopt his agenda of reforms the country needs. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
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ALESSANDRO BIANCHI

Italian caretaker Prime Minister Mario Monti smiles during an end of year news conference in Rome December 23, 2012. Monti said on Sunday that he would be ready to offer his leadership to political forces that adopt his agenda of reforms the country needs. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi

Italian caretaker Prime Minister Mario Monti smiles during an end of year news conference in Rome December 23, 2012. Monti said on Sunday that he would be ready to offer his leadership to political forces that adopt his agenda of reforms the country needs. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
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