Govt to pursue electoral reform now that IMU resolved
Current system 'a principle danger to Italy'29 August, 12:57
"Italians need a government, one with answers and solidity," said Letta.
His cabinet on Wednesday made a final agreement to reform a controversial property tax known as IMU, ending months of internal quarrels and threats from Berlusconi's centre-right People of Freedom (PdL) to pull the plug on the government if it kept the law in place.
Efforts to introduce Constitutional changes to make the country easier to govern, another top priority for Letta's government since its April inception, have also been stalled in the process.
Now, said Letta, "making Constitutional and electoral reforms will be the priorities this autumn".