Italy's Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi looks on during a news conference at Chigi Palace in Rome August 4, 2011. Berlusconi met unions and employers un Thursday after a speech to parliament aimed at quelling fears that escalating market turmoil could drag Italy into a full-scale debt crisis. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) - RTR2PLYP
Italy's highest court handed Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi his first definitive sentence, upholding a one year punishment for tax fraud. But he has a choice it seems, he could spend one year under house arrest or one year doing community service. What type of community service should Silvio Berlusconi do? Place your vote here.
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