Italy government unveiled after two-month deadlock

ROME (AFP) - Italy's incoming prime minister Enrico Letta unveiled a government line-up Saturday, ending a two-month deadlock that saw former premier Silvio Berlusconi reassert his status as a key player and tested the patience of Rome's European partners.

Mr Angelino Alfano, from Mr Berlusconi's party, was handed the deputy prime minister post and interior portfolio, while former EU commissioner Emma Bonino was made foreign minister, Mr Letta said.

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