Italians vote for smaller parliament, as Salvini misses Tuscany coup

Italy’s far-right opposition leader Matteo Salvini failed to conquer Tuscany, the biggest prize in Italy’s regional polls, according to early projections on Monday.There were elections in seven regions in total, but eyes were focused on Tuscany, a historic leftist bastion where a League win could have triggered a minor political earthquake.According to the SWG institute, Tuscan centre-left candidate Eugenio Giani won 46.5 per cent of the vote against 42.3 per cent for the League’s Susanna Ceccardi.SWG’s projections, as shown by the La7 TV channel, were based on a 4-per-cent sample of counted v…

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