According to the first data emerging from the municipal vote in Sicily, there would be a decline in the M5s, especially in the municipalities that already managed such as Bagheria and Gela, and a positive result for the Centrodestra's lists. The League has approval and perhaps one of its mayoral candidates goes to the vote in Gela.
Candidates for mayor of the M5, according to the first unofficial count numbers of the seven counties that vote with the most double-shift, could go to the polls in Caltanissetta, Castelvetrano and Mazara del Vallo (Trapani). In Caltanissetta, the only capital summoned to elect the mayor and city hall, Michele Giarratana, the center-right candidate with more than 40% of the vote, would be ahead of half the bills scrutinized, followed by M5 candidate Roberto Gambino, with 18%. Caltanissetta is the city of the leader of the 5s in Sicily, Giancarlo Cancelleri. If Giarratana retains the advantage, he can be elected in the first round.[T]
Bagheria is ahead of Filippo Tripoli, supported by a civic list that is 41%, while Gino Di Stefano (Center) is at 36.2%. Bagheria comes from an M5 administration led by Mayor Patrizio Cinque. The motion's candidate for now stands at 14%. The Gela should go to the second round between Lucio Greco, who is about 36% supported by five civic lists – also Pd and Forza Italia without symbols -, and Giuseppe Spata, a candidate of the League, which is 30.4% . In Castelvetrano, which had a 20% drop in voters, there is a second round between Calogero Martire (civic list) and M5 candidate Enzo Alfano. A Monreale Alberto Arcidiacono (civic lists and Make yourself beautiful) is 24%, followed by Pietro Capizzi, supported by lists from the center-left. Salvatore Quinci (civic list) is ahead, followed by Nicolò La Grutta of the M5s, and Giorgio Randazzo, backed by the League, in Mazara del Vallo, after a few scrutinized sections. Carmelo Scandurra (civic list) is ahead in Aci Castello (Catania), followed by Clara Carbone (Center Right).
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