Enrico Letta's rapid rise to power was as unexpected as his downfall, which was prompted four months ago by his own party leader, the young and ambitious Matteo Renzi. In his 10 months in power, Mr. Letta earned a solid reputation on the European scene. Widely regarded as a bridge-builder between his centre-left Democratic Party and Silvio Berlusconi's centre right, he helped stabilize Italy's macro-economic situation and restore the country's credibility on the markets.
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