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Italians living in Malta to vote for Primarie elections without leaving the countryby Open-Publishing - Saturday 8 October 2005
by Chris Galea, di-ve news (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Italian citizens living in Malta will have the opportunity to vote in Malta in the Primarie elections on Sunday, October 16th, at the Alternattiva Demokratika (AD) offices in Sliema.
The results of these elections will determine who will be the leader of the Centre-Green-Left Unione that will be facing current Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi at the Italian national elections in six months’ time.
The politicians contesting for the Primarie include Centrist Romano Prodi, Green Alfonso Pecoraro Scanio, and Leftist Fausto Bertinotti amongst others.
"The European Green Party is happy to be contributing to the organization of the Italian Primarie in a number of European countries, including Malta," European Green Party Secretary General Arnold Cassola said.
AD chairperson Harry Vassallo stated that the party is honoured to be able to contribute its help in the choice of the leader of the coalition. SLIEMA, Malta (di-ve news)