The speaker of the parliament, Gianfranco Fini (L) chats with member of parliament Massimo D'Alema during a session on a key budget vote on December 21, 2012 in Rome. The Italian parliament prepared Friday for a key budget vote which will trigger the resignation of Prime Minister Mario Monti, who is expected to reveal this weekend whether he will run in the upcoming election. AFP PHOTO / ALBERTO PIZZOLI
Chamber Of Deputies President Gianfranco Fini speaks beside Salvatore Adduce, Mayor of Matera city and Franco Inglese, Director of Regional Education Office, during a ceremony to open the 2011-2012 academic year, aty Duni Theatre on October 3, 2011 in Matera, Italy. Gianfranco Fini spoke about the current financial crisis confronting Italy, stating that electoral reforms were required for a government capable of tackling such issues to be elected.
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Gianfranco Fini attends the FLI National Congress held at Rho Fieramilano on February 11, 2011 in Milan, Italy. The FLI Party (Future and Freedom for Italy) is a centre-right political party formed by liberal conservative Gianfranco Fini in July 2010, after a clash with Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, along with a new alliance, the Third Pole, with political chameleon Francesco Rutelli and Christian Democrat Pier Ferdinando Casini.
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Gianfranco Fini, President of the Italian Chamber of Deputies, and Ignazio La Russa, Minister of Defence, arrive at the San Raffaele Hospital on December 14, 2009 in Milan, Italy. Silvio Berlusconi was hospitalized at the San Raffaele after being struck by an attacker, weilding a model of Milan's Cathedral, that left Berlusconi with a fractured nose and two damaged teeth.