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Voting to choose Italy's next president goes into a fourth day

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Beginning Thursday, a president can be elected with a simple majority, or 505 votes, raising the pressure on leaders to reach a deal.

Added on the 27/01/2022 12:02:37 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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