Sabato, 22 Settembre 2018

Conclave's first day will probably not produce new pope


Vatican City, March 11 - The Vatican said on
Monday that a new pope was unlikely to be elected on Tuesday.
Observers waiting to see if Benedict XVI's successor has
been elected by cardinals will most probably see "black smoke"
at the end of the first day of the conclave on Tuesday,
signaling that electors have yet to choose the new pontiff.
"It is difficult that a positive result will come from the
first day of voting," Vatican spokesman Father Federico Lombardi
Smoke that lets the world know whether the cardinals have
elected a new pope is white, while black smoke means that no
decision has been made.
Lombardi also noted that in 2005 when Benedict XVI was
elected the smoke signaling the conclave's decision, after two
days of talks, came late, after 20.00.

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