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The electoral campaign for the Capitol breaks the borders and reaches Europe. Really eleven institutional figures from seven different countries of the continent have made their “endorsement” in favor of Roberto Gualtieri, candidate of the Center Left in the next elections on 3 and 4 October.

The first citizen of Paris and probable candidate for the French presidential elections intervenes in a clip Anne Hidalgo, the mayor of Budapest and Orban’s main opponent, Gergely Karàcsony, the vice-president of the Hungarian parliament and former Minister of Culture and former president of the Hungarian Socialist Party Istvàn Hiller, the mayor of Barcelona Ada Colau, already in Rome on 2 September to support the opening of the campaign by Gualtieri, the mayor of Brussels Philippe Close, that of Lisbon Fernando Medina, the mayor and governor of Vienna Michael Ludwig, the mayor of Nantes Johanna Roland, the mayor of Leipzig and president of the association of German cities Burkhard Jung, Juan Espadas mayor of Seville, Antonio Rodriguez Osuna first citizen of Merida, a town in Extremadura called the Spanish Rome for the archaeological sites and monuments that link it to the Eternal City.

“Dear Roberto – Hidago’s message from Paris – I really hope you win, this city supports you “. The mayor of Budapest hopes” to be able to work soon together with Gualtieri mayor, for a greener and fairer Europe “. Last week Colau had already expressed the conviction” that Roberto Gualtieri be the right mayor for Rome and I hope to be able to work with it “. “Let’s relaunch the capital together”, the message of the mayor of the Belgian capital, Philippe Close. Ludwig, Social Democratic Mayor of Vienna, underlines “the importance of Roberto Gualtieri’s victory in Rome”. “Dear comrade, I wish you great success in this electoral campaign” is the greeting of Espadas, mayor of Seville.


clip messages encouragement

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