Exit forecasts in Italy point to a right-wing coalition victory, with Georgia Meloni’s far-right Fratelli d’Italia (Brothers of Italy) party winning the most votes.
If the victory is confirmed, it will be the first time that the Italian government has far-right members. In addition, this may be the first time that a woman has headed the Italian government.
Operating Systems first official results legislation should only be known this Monday morning.
[Última atualização às 23:55 de 25-09-2022]
Due to partisan dispersion, no party can get a majority enough to govern alone.
The right has reached a coalition deal that could bring Meloni to power, along with former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi’s conservative Forza Italia party and Matteo Salvini’s Anti-Immigration Liga.
According to the first predictions the second place was taken by the Democratic PartyEnrico Letta, with 17% against 21% of the vote.
Predictions of party results:
- Siblings from Italy: 22% to 26%
- Democratic Party: 17% to 21%
- Five Star Movement: 13.5% to 17.5%
- Northern League: from 8.5% to 12.5%
- Share – Viva Italy: from 6.5% to 8.5%
- Italian Strength: 6% to 8%
- Left/Green Alliance: 3% to 5%
- + Europe: 2.5% and 4.5%
- Italevit: 0.5% and 2.5%
- We Moderates: 0.5% to 2.5%
- Democratic Center: 0% to 2%
- Others: 4% to 6%
Forecasts of coalition results:
- Centre-Right: 41%-45%
- Left Center: 25.5%-29.5%
- 5 stars Movement: 13.5%-17.5%
Number of abstentions
According to the Ministry of the Interior, at 23:00, when the polls closed in Italy, the turnout was 64%, which means the level about 36% abstained. If these values are confirmed, it will be an increase of nine percentage points compared to 2018.
Seats in the Senate
A centre-right coalition is preparing to take control of the Italian Senate after the general election. providing from 111 to 131 seats in the Upper House.
The centre-left should have 33 to 53 senators, the 5 Star Movement (M5S) 14 to 34, and the third centrist pole Azione-Italia Viva four to 12 seats, according to an exit poll cited by ANSA.
More than 50 million Italians were called to vote in this legislative election.