Meloni delays voting until 10 p.m. as participation in Italy dips slightly

The first figures of Italian participation do not suggest that the mobilization was large. A review published at 12:00 indicated that, Voter influx at school was 19.09%. That is, almost half a percentage point less than the last general election in 2018.So at the same time reached 19.49% Italians going to vote. Some of the figures came after Georgia Meloni, the most popular, unexpectedly announced that she would delay voting until the evening at the polls. There’s reason to have plenty of photographers waiting for it.

This movement of Italian fraternity leaders coincides with these engagement figures.This is the first of three planned by Italian authorities, which will also provide Voting data for 6:00pm and 11:00pm. Regions such as Emilia-Romagna, Frilu-Venezia, Liguria, Lombardy, Tuscany or Veneto already have a participation rate of over 20% at 12 noon.

In addition to these data, another attraction in the first hour of Election Day is the Favorites vote. Giorgia Meloni delayed the event to an hour, unprecedented for a candidate in the election. Most importantly, if it’s the most selective person to be prime minister.

Currently, several of his rivals have voted. In the Italian capital, the Democratic Party (PD) leader Enrico Letta and centrist Carlo Calenda lead the Acción, which joins Matteo Renzi’s Viva Italy (Italia Viva) allied to the elections. Former Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte of the Five Star Movement is still expected to do so. Another person already at the ballot box is Matteo Salvini from the league, in this case one of Melloni’s allies.