The seats for the 5 referendum questions and for the renewal of the elected bodies in 971 municipalities closed at 11pm. The chairman of the polling station allows voters who are still in the polling station at 11pm to vote; he then declares the vote closed. Immediately after the closure, the matching operations begin in all sections, i.e. the verification of the number of those who voted and the count of the number of ballots left in the box, to ensure that their number corresponds to that of the voters of the section. who did not vote. Once the matching operations have been completed, as soon as the polling stations are closed, the ballot for the abrogative referendums begins; the session for the administrative session will begin at 2 pm tomorrow, Monday 13 June.
According to the Exit poll of the Opinio Italia consortium for Rai, the candidate ROBERTO LAGALLA (center-right) reaches a fork of 43-47% at the municipal offices of Palermo. Under the regional law he would be appointed mayor of Palermo. In second place FRANCO MICELI (center left) with 27-31%
According to the Exit poll of the Opinio Italia consortium for Rai, the candidate Marco Bucci (center-right) reaches a fork of 51-55% in the municipal offices of Genoa, followed by Ariel Dello Strologo (center-left) with 36-40%
According to the Exit poll of the Opinio Italia consortium for Rai, the candidate Valerio Donato (Fi-Lega) reaches a fork of 40-44% in the municipal councils of Catanzaro, followed by Nicola Fiorita (Pd-M56) with the 31-35 %
According to the Exit poll of the Opinio Italia consortium for Rai, the candidate Michela Guerra (center-left) reaches a fork of 40-44% at the municipal offices of Parma, followed by Pietro Vignali (center-right) with 19-23 %.
According to the Exit poll of the Opinio Italia consortium for RAI, the candidate Pierluigi Biondi (center-right) reaches a fork of 49-53% in the municipalities of Aquila, followed at a distance by Stefania Pezzopane (center-left) with 23- 27%.
According to the Exit poll of the Opinio Italia consortium for Rai, the candidate Damiano Tommasi (center-left.) Reaches a fork of 37-41% at the municipal offices of Verona, followed by Federico Sboarina (center-right) with 27- 31%
Based on the Exit poll of the Opinio Italia consortium for Rai, here are the indications for the 5 referendums on justice, which in any case must exceed the 50% quorum to be valid:
– 1 ABOLITION OF THE SEVERINE LAW YES 52-56 NO 44-48
– n.2 CAUTION LIMITATION YES 54-58 NO 42-46
– 3 SEPARATION OF JUDICIARY CAREERS YES 67-71 NO 29-33
– 4 EVALUATION OF THE JUDICIARY OPERATION YES 67-71 NO 29-33
– N.5 ABOLITION COLLECTION OF SIGNATURES ELECTIONS CSM YES 66-70 NO 30-34
On the basis of the Exit poll of the Opinio Italia consortium for Rai, the turnout for the referendums is at 19-23%
MUNICIPALITIES – When the data relating to about one third of the 818 municipalities managed by the Interior Ministry are known, the turnout at the closing of the polling stations is around 54.35% (it was 59.06% at the previous counterparts, but it was voted in two days).
THE REFERENDUMS – At 11 pm, at the close of the polling stations, the overall turnout for the referendums is about 15.18%, when the data of over 2,000 municipalities out of 7,903 for question 1 arrived. Internal.
“It is very serious that in Palermo, without prior notice, a large number of polling presidents did not appear for the inauguration, or renounced their office, delaying the start of the voting operations. Such an attitude expresses an absolute lack of respect for the institutions and for the citizens called on this electoral and referendum day to exercise a fundamental constitutional right for the democratic life of the country “, declared the Minister of the Interior, Luciana Lamorgese.
AFFLUENCE TO MINIMUMS, FLOP REFERENDUM
For the referendums on Justice and the abolition of the Severino law, this is nothing. The figure recorded on the turnout at 7 pm, equal to 14 per cent of those entitled to vote (based on the data of the Interior Ministry which concern 7,604 municipalities out of 7,903) does not leave many glimmers on the achievement of the required quorum (50% + 1). The Radicals and the League fought in a tough referendum campaign on the five questions, repeatedly denouncing the silence of the media. How much the low turnout contributed is difficult to establish, but it is enough to compare with the referendum of 7 April 2016 on drills, which had a turnout of 23.54% at 19, and then did not even reach 33% at the close of the polls, to get a picture of what will happen with the questions about justice. A picture so clear that it is almost superfluous to consider the need to wait for the first exit polls conducted out of the polling stations to realize, well before the closing of the polls, that the objective of those who intended to introduce a series of changes in the field of the judiciary and administration of justice was not centered. A fact that, moreover, unites this referendum to the referendums that have taken place in Italy in the last decade or so. But after all, the flop seemed to have been announced for days. And feared by all those who pushed the 5 questions to the end. The referendum was inserted in the context of an election day, at the same time as the administrative elections in 975 municipalities, including the greater Palermo, where the problems for the establishment of seats and the start of voting were not few, due to the forfeits of tellers and polling presidents.
LEAGUE, WE WILL WIN ELECTIONS AND REFORM JUSTICE
“The battle to change Justice does not stop this evening, but rather starts again with renewed enthusiasm: it will be the center-right (together with courageous friends such as those of the Radical Party) to have the burden and the honor, after winning the next Political elections, to put their hand to the system “. A note from the League reads. “Thanks to the millions of Italians who voted for the referendum on justice: their voice is a commitment for everyone to make real and profound reforms. They deserve gratitude because they have chosen to speak out despite a shameful media silence (starting with state TV), the chaos in too many seats starting from the Palermo scandal, the cowardice of so many politicians. Thanks to those who informed and participated, to the governors lined up on the front line together with local administrators – of all political colors – and to many parliamentarians. All without forgetting women and men of law, cultural and intellectual associations “, concludes the note.
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