Romano Prodi

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Romano Prodi (born 1939) is an Italian politician, Prime Minister in 1996-1998 and 2006-2008, and President of the European Commission in 1999-2004.

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  • If you want to improve a country, you first need to know it, to listen to it.
  • We don't fill our mouth talking about the "people". We have seriousness and understanding to be people amongst the people.
  • To make the right thing, you need also to be able to be unpopular.
  • Silvio Berlusconi is going to occupy the televisions, in a while we will see him selling carpets.
  • [The right-wing politicians] are so afraid of the "reds" that it's an effort for them even to look at a Ferrari.
  • It's better a crisis than a bearish agreement.
  • I would never live in Rome.
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