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Sardinia set to vote in key regional elections

Sardinia set to vote in key regional elections

Test for 'broad field' of PD-M5S, govt coalition

ROME, 24 February 2024, 13:40

ANSA English Desk

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Sardinia is set to vote Sunday in key regional elections that are being seen as a bellwether for national politics.
    Centre-right governor candidate Paolo Truzzu was neck and neck in opinion polls ahead of the vote with Alessandra Todde, the candidate for the so-called 'broad field' alliance between the centre-left Democratic Parry and the populist leftwing 5-Star Movement (M5S).
    The latter is seen as a key indicator as to whether this alliance has a chance of beating the dominant right-centre-right coalition of Premier Giorgia Meloni's rightwing Brothers of Italy (FdI), Deputy Premier and Transport Minister Matteo Salvini's rightwing League party, and Deputy Premier and Foreign Minister Antonio Tajani's centre-right post Berlusconi Forza Italia (FI) party.
    A spoiler in the vote will be former Sardinian PD chief Renato Soru, a noted Web entrepreneur and local hero who is standing as an independent and has attracted two centrist parties that have refused to join the centre-left alliance due to their governorship candidate, Todde, being from the allegedly extreme M5S: former premier and ex PD leader Matteo Renzi's Italia Viva (IV) and ex industry minister Carlo Calenda's Azione (Action) party.
    In upcoming elections in Abruzzo, however, the 'broad field' on the centre left will be even broader as IV and Azione have decided to overcome their qualms about joining the PD and M5S because in that case the candidate is not an M5S member.
    The other candidate Sunday is the leftist Lucia Chessa (Sardigna R-esiste).
    photo: Todde
   

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