Salvini and Berlusconi in Milan. Meloni and Letta in Rome. That’s where the leaders vote tomorrow
Curtain on the electoral campaign and appointment at the polling stations, naturally also for institutional offices and leaders, many of whom are expected to vote in their hometowns. Like the President of the Republic, Sergio Mattarella, who will vote in the Piazzi school in Palermo, a stone’s throw from his home. Voting in ‘away’ instead for the president of the Senate, Elisabetta Casellati, who will go to the polls in Basilicata, where she is a candidate, in particular in Potenza in the seat of the municipal nursery school. The President of the Chamber, Roberto Fico, is expected instead in Naples, in the Della Valle Institute in Posillipo, while the premier, Mario Draghi, will vote in Rome in the seat located in the Liceo Mameli. At the polls in the capital also the leaders of the Brothers of Italy, Giorgia Meloni (at Torrino, in the nursery school in Viale Beata Vergine del Carmelo): from the Democratic Party, Enrico Letta (in Testaccio, in a high school in via Galvani); of the 5-star Movement, Giuseppe Conte (at the Liceo Virgilio); of Action, Carlo Calenda (in via del Lavatore, near the Trevi Fountain); more Europe, Emma Bonino (in via dell’Arco del Monte).
Seat in Milan for Silvio Berlusconi, in via Scrosati; for Matteo Salvini, in via Martinetti; for Benedetto Della Vedova, in piazzale Turr. Matteo Renzi will instead vote in Florence, then immediately afterwards he will leave for Japan to attend the state funeral of former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. To vote in Pomigliano D’Arco the leader of Civic Engagement, Luigi Di Maio, at the comprehensive institute Sulmona, in via Sandro Pertini 37, while the secretary of the Italian Left, Nicola Fratoianni, is expected at the seat in Umbria, at the ‘Piermarini’ Institute of Foligno, that of the Verdi, Angelo Bonelli, in Ostia, in via Quinqueremi. Finally, the political leader of Noi moderati, Maurizio Lupi, will vote in Milan at the Luciano Manara Institute.