File photo of centre-left leader Renzi attending a political meeting in TurinVia Paolo Biondi and Steve Scherer ROME (Reuters) – Middle-left leader Matteo Renzi was set to be nominated as Italy’s youngest top minister in a topic of days after a birthday party coup forced Enrico Letta to resign as most appropriate of the euro zone state struggling to tug out of recession. Letta bowed out on Friday after his Democratic Celebration (PD) compelled him to step apart and make manner for Renzi, 39, who’s promising daring economic reforms and a executive than can live on unless 2018. President Giorgio Napolitano was likely to ask Renzi, the present mayor of Florence, to put together a govt on Monday, a PD source instructed Reuters. “It used to be a fascinating and richly stimulating day in which I obtained many tips that I need to pass on to the one who I ask to type a executive,” Napolitano told newshounds after a full day of talks.