Esplanade is the way of Roberto Occhiuto towards the election as president of the Calabria Region. The Forza Italia group leader in the Chamber of Deputies is destined to win, given that in the first exit poll carried out by Opinio for Rai it is given between 46.5 and 50.5 per cent. Then comes the flash projection that projects the center-right candidate even between 56 and 60 percent: a very clear triumph, given that Amalia Bruni (center-left and M5s is given between 24.6 and 28.6).
Even further away Luigi De Magistris, which with its civic lists according to the exit polls could have obtained a result similar to Bruni: and instead in the projection it is estimated only between 11.7 and 15.7 percent. Tail light is instead Mario Olivierio, given between 0.7 and 2.7 per cent when the coverage of the sample reached 80 per cent. In short, in Calabria there seems to be no match regarding the election as governor of the Region. In short, for De Magistris the “Lucan effect” or presumed such is not enough: the former mayor of Naples, according to some analysts, he should have taken more votes than expected precisely because it is supported by the former mayor of Riace just convicted, exploiting the wave of indignation. However, this phenomenon does not seem to have occurred.
Occhiuto will hold the position: 52 years old and originally from Cosenza, he is supported by the entire breakfast of the center-right, plus UDC, Forza Azzurri, Courage Italy and Us with Italy. In 2018 he was re-elected in Parliament in the ranks of Forza Italia as leader in the Calabria constituency. He was promoted to acting group leader on February 15, but will now be in charge of governing his region.