“We will appeal against the obligation of masks at the polling stations.” This is the last battle of Mattero Silvini a few days before the administrative elections and the referendums on justice are not yet open. The polls will open on 12 June but the leader of the League has already announced the appeal. Not on the results of the consultation, but against the masks.
“We will appeal against the obligation of masks at the polling stations,” announced Matteo Salvini speaking on the broadcast Morning Five. “There are the Milan parties – he explained – the Vasco Rossi concert with 100 thousand people, you can go wherever you want without masks, but Sunday 12 June, with 40 degrees, without masks, they don’t let you vote. It is madness”. And speaking of the referendum on justice, he attacks: «Rai and some newspapers are hiding the referendums. There is a climate of censorship – says the Northern League – a gag and a theft of democracy on the referendum on justice which is an international shame ».
Salvini then spoke about citizenship income and reiterated: «It must be changed. I would leave it to those who cannot work “, while” the money to those who can work and do not want to work, I would turn to companies. Taking it away from everyone seems to me an injustice, but it is true that giving it randomly leads to illegal work ».
The polls will be open on June 12 in about a thousand Italian municipalities. From 7 am to 11 pm, citizens are asked to express their preference for the renewal of the mayor and the city council. The administrative elections will affect almost 9 million voters and, of the total of the municipalities, 26 are provincial capitals and 4 of the Region, namely Genoa, Palermo, L’Aquila and Catanzaro. We also vote for 5 referendums on justice. In cities with more than 15,000 inhabitants, in the event of a ballot, the vote will be held again on June 26, 2022.
For the municipal 2022 polling stations will be open only on Sunday 12 June for almost the whole day. It will start at 7 in the morning and the polls will close at 23. You can go to vote at any time in this slot, but to do so you need to bring a valid identity document and the electoral card. All adult citizens present on the electoral lists are allowed to vote. Whoever has a penalty that involves the disqualification from public office cannot vote. European citizens living in that city can also vote, but they must register on the electoral roll.