Elections of the President of the Republic: who are the representatives elected by the Regions


Voting for the new head of state will begin at 3 pm on January 24th. Parliament in joint session will elect him together with 58 major electors representing the territories. Among the latter, those who have already elected the regional delegates are 14. Still to be chosen are the great electors of Calabria, Emilia-Romagna, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Puglia, Tuscany and Trentino-Alto Adige

On January 24th, at 3 pm, the voting to elect the new President of the Republic will begin, who will succeed Sergio Mattarella, whose mandate expires on February 3rd (ALL VOTING DATES – PREVIOUS ELECTIONS). The head of state is elected by the Parliament in joint session, made up of both the members of the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate, integrated by three delegates elected by the regional councils of the territories, with the exception of the Aosta Valley which has only one delegate. There are therefore 58 representatives of the Regions who will participate in the election of the President of the Republic. At the moment, the territories that have already elected regional delegates are 14. Still to be chosen are the great electors of Calabria, Emilia-Romagna, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Puglia, Tuscany and Trentino-Alto Adige.

Abruzzo

The regional delegates of Abruzzo, elected last December 27, will be the president of the regional council Marco Marsilio (Brothers of Italy), the president of the regional council Lorenzo Sospiri (Forza Italia) and the group leader for the Five Star Movement Sara Marcozzi.

Basilicata

For Basilicata, the governor Vito Bardi (Forza Italia), the president of the Regional Council Carmine Cicala (Lega) and the director of the Democratic Party Roberto Cifarelli will vote for the next tenant of the Quirinale.

Campania

The Campania regional delegates will instead be the governor Vincenzo De Luca and the president of the regional council Gennaro Oliviero (both of the Democratic Party) and Annarita Patriarca, leader of Forza Italia.

Lazio

The president of the Region Nicola Zingaretti and the president of the Regional Council Marco Vincenzi (Pd) will vote for Lazio, together with the group leader of the Brothers of Italy Fabrizio Ghera (Brothers of Italy).

Liguria

The governor of Liguria Giovanni Toti (Cambiamo) will vote together with the president of the regional council Gianmarco Medusei (Lega) and with the councilor Sergio Rossetti (Pd).

Lombardy

For Lombardy, the president of the Region Attilio Fontana and the president of the Regional Council Alessandro Fermi (Lega) will vote, together with the pentastellato councilor Dario Violi.

Marche

The Marche Regional Council elected Francesco Acquaroli (Brothers of Italy), the President of the Regional Council, Dino Latini (Udc), the President of the Regional Council, and Maurizio Mangialardi, leader of the Democratic Party.

Molise

Molise delegates are the president of the regional council Salvatore Micone (Udc), the president of the regional council Donato Toma (Forza Italia) and the councilor Andrea Greco (M5S).

Piedmont

The governor of Piedmont Alberto Cirio (Forza Italia) will vote together with the president of the regional council Stefano Allasia (Lega) and the director of the Pd group Domenico Ravetti.

Sardinia

The Sardinia Region has elected the governor Christian Solinas (Lega-PSd’Az), the president of the regional council Michele Pais (Lega) and the group leader of the dem Gianfranco Ganau.

Sicily

For Sicily the delegates are the governor Nello Musumeci (It will become beautiful), Nunzio di Paola (M5S) and Gianfranco Miccichè (Forza Italia).

Umbria

Donatella Tesei (Lega), governor of Umbria, will vote together with Marco Squarta (Fdi), president of the regional council, and Fabio Paparelli (Pd).

Valle d’Aosta

The Aosta Valley delegate is the President of the Region Erik Lavévaz (Union Valdôtaine).

Veneto

For the Veneto to vote will be the governor Luca Zaia (Lega), the president of the Regional Council Roberto Ciambetti (Lega) the leader of the Pd Giacomo Possamai.



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