Mercoledì, 24 Ottobre 2018

First ballot to elect Italian president begins


Rome, April 18 - Lawmakers from the Upper and Lower
House of parliament and representatives of Italy's regional
governments on Thursday's started the first ballot to elect a
new president.
A majority of two thirds of the 1007 voters is needed for a
candidate be elected head of state in the first three ballots,
which are held in the House.
After that a simple majority of over half is required.
Each ballot is expected to take four or five hours.
There will be two ballots per day until a successor to
President Giorgio Napolitano is elected.

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