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Silvio Berlusconi was hospitalized again for “regular” exams

His doctor at the San Rafael Hospital in Milan confirmed that the 85-year-old politician had been admitted “Periodic clinical examinations” Scheduled for a while.

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Silvio Berlusconi returned to the hospital on Sunday, January 23 for an examination “Regular”, Said his spokesman the day after the billionaire withdrew from running for the presidency of Italy. His doctor at the San Rafael Hospital in Milan confirmed that the 85-year-old politician had been admitted “Periodic clinical examinations” Scheduled for a while. He is thought to have survived an earlier attempt to oust him following Mr Jiang’s intervention. According to Matteo Salvini, Silvio Berlusconi “Quiet and healthy”.

The former head of the Italian government campaigned vigorously behind the scenes for the Italian presidential election, which begins in parliament on Monday, January 24, but he finally resigned on Saturday evening. His candidacy was less likely to win, especially due to legal action against him for the orgy he organized at the villa with prostitutes.

Silvio Berlusconi said he was resigning out of excitement “National Responsibility”, Assuming that Italy “We need unity” She is fighting the explosion of Govt-19. But the Italian media reports that his family is worried about his health. Prime Minister three times between 1994 and 2011 (with the center-right Force Italia Party), he underwent open heart surgery in 2016 and has been hospitalized several times in recent months. In September 2020, after being hospitalized for 11 days for pneumonia due to Govt-19, he claimed to have escaped death.

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Observers suspect he may have enough votes to become president, among the thousands of delegates, senators and regional elected officials who will have to appoint a new head of state after Sergio Materella. The option is for Mario Draghi, the former chairman of the European Central Bank and the current prime minister, to head the government of national unity. But it is considered difficult to predict the outcome of a referendum to be held by secret ballot.