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Berlusconi's conflict-of-interest law criticised

Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi's government is trying to push through a polemical new conflict-of-interest law, days before it is due to appoint a new board of directors for state broadcaster Rai, the main rival to the premier's multi-billion dollar media empire.

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