Venerdì, 19 Ottobre 2018
ROME

Bersani will need Monti to carry Senate, study finds

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Rome, January 25 - The center right led by
ex-premier Silvio Berlusconi is poised to win the Senate race in
three key regions, while the center left is likely to require
the support of outgoing Premier Mario Monti after general
elections in Italy on February 24 and 25, according to new data
Friday.
In a poll conducted by the Piepoli Institute for Italian
daily La Stampa, Berlusconi's coalition would win the populous
regions of Lombardy and Veneto in the north and Sicily in the
south.
In the 319-seat Senate, Pierluigi Bersani's center-left
coalition would fall 15 seats short of a majority.
Given the addition of four Senators for Life, the threshold
needed to win a majority is 158.
An alliance with the centrist coalition of Monti would give
the center left another 38 Senators, according to predictions.
In the House, Bersani and the center left can count on 340
seats, and thus have a clear majority without broadening their
alliance, according to the data.

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