(ANSA) – ROME, JUN 21 – “The numbers of participants are not clear. According to some reports we are under 37,000, some say 45,000, and speak of success. In reality, we are far from the 110,000 Romans who voted in the Primary in 2013 and it is a shame because it is clear that by limiting the debate and using expressions such as ‘single candidate’, the motivation of citizens to express themselves was also limited “. Ignazio Marino, former mayor of Rome, writes it on Facebook, posting his interview with Espresso. “As I said to the excellent Susanna Turco in my interview on L’Espresso, if whoever manages the race does everything to make the goal not contestable, what is the point of the race itself? In any case, however the elections go in the autumn I really hope that the vision, the preparation and the desire to improve Rome that are typical of Giovanni Caudo are an inspiration for those who will govern my beloved Rome “, Marino concludes. (HANDLE).
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