Govt set to decide on putting off local elections

(ANSA) – ROME, MAR 4 – The government is set to decide on putting off this spring’s local elections around Italy due to COVID-19.
    A motion postponing the votes was added to the agenda of a cabinet meeting on Thursday afternoon.
    The southern region of Calabria is set to vote in a new regional government and governor.
    Also, some 1,200 cities and towns will vote for new mayors including Rome, Milan, Naples, Turin and Bologna.
    There will also be a bye-election for the Lower House in Siena.


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