The Italian president of the republic Sergio Mattarella exercised a while ago his right to vote in his hometown of Palermo, Sicily. Crowds gathered outside the school in the Sicilian capital to cheer him on.
At the same time, the head of the center-left Democratic Party and former prime minister Enrico Leta, he voted in Rome’s popular district of Testaccio and in his polling station he shook the hands of his supporters.
As far as the so-called “centrist pole” is concerned, the former prime minister Matteo Renzi exercised his right to vote in Florence and the former economic development minister Carlo Calenda in Rome. “We voted, so do you, whatever your political position is. The sovereign democracy is supported by the effort of all,” Renzi wrote on Twitter.
And the secretary of the League, Matteo Salviniafter voting in a polling station in Milan declared: “It’s going to be a tough few months, with the emergency situation with energy bills, rising costs of living and radiators. For many weeks now, we have been working with the League’s experts to be ready and with a dynamic presence in Italy and Europe. The more citizens vote, the more power the new government and parliament will have to deal with these emergencies.”
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