Would re-electing Silvio Berlusconi be good for Italy?


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The Independent Online

The man best known for his bunga-bunga parties could be in with a chance at making a surprise comeback.

Leaving Italy on the edge of a financial abyss, only 15 months ago a scandal-plagued Berlusconi was forced to resign.

Despite facing a catalogue of sleaze and corruption allegations, he has now placed second in the Italian elections.

Our own Ben Chu said he:

"spoke more sense on the economy in the election campaign than the other mainstream parties."

But would a surprise re-election be good for Italy? Vote below.