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European elections: from Schlein’s (broken) pencil to the first votes of Renzi and Calenda’s children. Here is the vote of the leaders on social media

In the hours preceding the voting for the European elections which began at 3pm (here is a guide on how to vote), you may have come across some appeal on social media to do so scrutineer or the president of the polling station. It happened in Turin, in Cagliari, in Milan, in Rome. The most critical situation was in Palermo, where 1,500 out of 2,400 expected didn’t even show up. The emergency is over, at 3pm voting procedures are regular everywhere.
The leader of the Democratic Party, Elly Schlein, voted shortly after the polls opened at the Ercolani school in Bologna, accompanied by her partner. Small curiosity: it seems that at the time of the vote, the copying pencil broke, Schlein noticed it in the booth and went out to have it replaced. Matteo Salvini, leader of the League voted in Milan. Also Giuseppe Conte voted in Rome and published a shot of the moment he inserted the ballot into the ballot box on his social channels.

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Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni voted at the Bachelet school in Rome, and published an invitation on social media to go and vote: «Now everything is in your hands. Good rating! », she wrote.

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The leader of Action Carlo Calenda, also in Rome, showed up at the polling station with his wife and son Giulio, his first vote. «Exciting», he wrote on X. Even the former ally Matteo Renzi he voted in Florence, and was accompanied by his daughter Ester, who has just turned 18.

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Source: Vanity Fair

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