center-right mayor a Genoa, Palermo and L’Aquila, Voting in Verona, Parma and Catanzaro. Where they run in unison, the centre-right wins. On the other hand, divided, he struggles and gives the centre-left the possibility to lead in challenges that seem as difficult as those of Verona. This is the picture that is the first result of administrative vote, Here’s How Voting Capitals Change Color (GO)
But this is not enough, as this election also reflects a new balance within the alliances. Fratelli d’Italia trailed the League in the list’s votes, while relations between the Democratic Party and the movement appear to be even more imbalanced in the broader fringes of the centre-left. The Democratic Party, little more than Pentastellati, is a flop that pushes more than anyone beyond Dem and beyond (Matteo Renzi as it openly calls) to renew the coalition dossier in view of the 2023 political elections of the central To ask to open from. Parties, Italia Viva But above all Carlo Calenda. YouTrend: PD first list. FDI beats Lega, drops 5s (GO)
However, awaiting definitive data, there is one irrefutable fact and it concerns the flop of the referendum on justice. Voting for consultations on five referendum questions, held on the same day as the administrative offices, is the worst in the history of the republic.
Roberto Lagalla is the new mayor of Palermo. Supported by the former rector, the centre-right, Leoluca takes the baton of Orlando, who ruled for thirty years: he wins the first round with about 48%, even though the counting of the ballots in the 600 seats is still progressing. Almost ten points apart from Franco Micheli, who complains of high restraint (59 percent of voters did not vote), problems in the validation of the split vote that would have punished him, and above all he does not spare criticisms of the coalition parties that supported him. Especially the Democratic Party. Surprisingly, outward Fabrizio Ferrandelli (Action and +Europe) reaches almost 15%, doubling Eve’s predictions, resolving compliments in front of the cameras of Gianfranco Michiche (Fi). Forza Italia establishes itself as the first party with around 12%, ahead of FDI and PD, which are around 10%. The M5s, which stands at 7%, halved the vote compared to the previous municipal vote. On the link of Lega-Prima Italy, which fluctuates around 5%, the threshold required to enter the city council. Toto Kafaro’s party, New D.C., which is not visible all day, also dances above 5%, avoiding the spotlight. It should not enter the new council Civic Ecological Left, which for now is 3.4%, led by former councilor Giusto Catania.
Mayor Where are you going to celebrate?: “I don’t celebrate”. And so to give the hundredth interview, because all television wants to understand the mystery of Marco Bucci, who five years ago was the first centre-right mayor of the Left to rule Genoa, and still doubles today. Bookie is a very practical person, he likes those who speak, not those who speak, and the Genoese attests to this. Morandi’s tragedy, in addition to the pain of 43 poor dead, could have brought economic devastation, but Bucci only an hour after the collapse was telling what and how to do, with a rhythm and a force that radiated positivity. And many, even among opponents, thanked Heaven for being at the helm in one of the most dramatic moments in the city’s history. He never stands still, does not hesitate. “By mid-July we will have the new council and the first city council, but we will not stand still, we have a lot of things to do, we will work hard on the metro,” he says. One of the recognized virtues is the belief that every problem is faced and solved. “We have done many positive things, but there are still many parts of the city that need our intervention,” he says. We will invest $1 billion on maintenance over the next five years.
It will be a challenge between the professors to decide who will be the new mayor, to be played in Catanzaro over the next 15 days. Valerio Donato, professor of private law at the University of Magna Graecia in Catanzaro, and Nicola Fiorita, professor of canon law and church law at the University of Calabria, are called to play extra time this election round – which recorded 65.90% turnout. Down compared to 72.45% 5 years ago – in which the centre-right presented itself with a split supporting 3 different candidates, while the opposite was enforced nationally with PD traction on the front. Created -M5S.
It seemed obvious that Michel Guerra and Pietro Vignali were candidates for the post of mayor of Parma Municipality, but the numerical results of the elections were beyond all expectations. The two contenders, one representing the centre-left, the other the centre-right without the Italian brothers, find themselves separated by more than twenty points no survey had so far separated them: 44% Guerra, 22 %Vignali, still fully under investigation. “It is the success of broad agreements, broad coalitions”, underlined Francesco Boccia, the head of the Democratic Party’s local authorities, referring to Parma. In the city of Emilion, the Councilor for the Culture of the Pizarroti Junta, has actually brought together the most important parties of the centre-left, as well as Italia Viva in addition to Ifeto Parma, born after the movement of the current mayor Federico Pizarroti from the M5S. exiting, which instead they did not appear at the polls.
“I dedicate the victory to the family: I will be the mayor of all, the election campaign ends here. It’s time to put on the green-black jacket and put the party aside”. L’Aquila’s mayor, Pierluigi Bondi, re-nominated for the centre-right coalition, wins L’Aquila’s municipal election in the first round, confirming himself as mayor for the next five years. Declaring a clear victory in the Piazza Duomo, in the midst of the heat of the afternoon that engulfed the Abruzzo capital, outside its electoral committee in an atmosphere of great celebration and contentment to applause from supporters. A victory in the first round, which would have a national resonance, given that L’Aquila was one of four regional capitals to vote, although the data are not yet definitive, also confirmed by the intervention of two centre-left challengers. The regional Legione presidential councilor Amarico di Benedetto, the three civic chiefs, and Democratic Party deputy Stefania Pezopen, the official centre-left candidate, who posed a challenge in a challenge that surprisingly ended the Civic. Benefit, who had lost by run-off against Biondi, after winning clearly in the first round five years earlier. According to estimates and figures not yet certain, Biondi is at about 54%, Di Benedetto 24, Pezzopane 22.
The vote count confirmed the surprise for Verona anticipated last night by the first exit polls: Damiano Tomasi, the former Rome midfielder and national team candidate, the candidate of the centre-left, the former president of the Asocalciatori, will present himself on the ballot after the victory of the elections. Municipality, receiving 40% of the preferences in the first round. The division was placed at the centre-right, struggling with the coalition’s internal arm wrestling, with outgoing mayor Federico Soborina collecting 32–32.5% despite the support of Giorgia Meloni and Matteo Salvini. Of the ballots, former mayor Flavio Tosi, with his civic coalition also supported by Forza Italia, stopped at 23.7–23.8%. Tomasi’s list is the city’s first political group, followed by the Democratic Party; On the other hand, the FDI ousted the League as the first coalition party, the FI (4.3%) rose in votes, but fell behind.
The referendum on justice does not reach a quorum and stalls at a participation of about 20.8%. According to U Trend’s analysis, if there were no municipalities, the turnout would have been 5 points lower, about 15%. But even in administrative cities, there has been a surge in blank ballots on questions. The league protests: ‘a conspiracy against the quorum’. Anm: ‘Rejection of the reform plan, pay attention now’. Cartabia and D’Inca ministers meeting with the leaders of the majority group in the Senate committee tomorrow.
Here are the results of the referendum
– 1 serious law abolition Fixed turnout 20.95%, no quorum – Yes had 53.97% of the votes, No 46.03%
– n.2 Caution Custody limit Fixed turnout 20.95%, no quorum – Yes got 56.12% of the votes, No 43.88%
– 3 Separation of Magistrates Career Fixed turnout 20.93%, no quorum – Yes got 74.01% of the vote, No 25.99%
– 4 Evaluation on the operation of the judiciary Fixed turnout 20.92%, no quorum – Yes had 71.94% of the votes, No 28.06%
– N.5 Signatures Collection Election CSM Fixed turnout 20.92%, No quorum – Yes had 72.52% of the votes, NO 27.48%
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