We did not want to bear witness, but to govern Rome. If the data that are still uncertain at the moment were confirmed, we have not achieved this goal. Carlo Calenda arrives in the evening at the Electoral Committee in Viale Trastevere to argue with satisfaction that in any case there is a pragmatic reformism who wants to move forward and encourages us to work on a national level as well. After thanking the staff, the volunteers, all those who are involved in a campaign that is certainly the longest in the history of the administrative in Rome, the leader of Action confirms that if he has not been elected mayor I will not resign as an MEP.
On the head to head with the Rays and the possibility of overcoming the votes of the current first mayor citizen, Calenda declares that there it would greatly increase my self-esteem. But even if I consider her and Alemanno the worst mayors that Rome has ever had, I have always recognized her that she fought, even if at times with some incorrectness. On his placement the mayoral candidate speaks of result never seen for a civic list and once again confirms that not to make agreements and appearances in view of the ballot to get something in return: If you give indications to vote, say what I vote but then everyone will do what they want. As I have always stated, since it is a civic list voted by right and left voters, I cannot exploit their vote to bring it to one side or the other.