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Written by SOT.COM.AL 26 Janar 2022
The third round of electing a new president in Italy has failed, as no candidate managed to secure a two-thirds majority in parliament.
As in the previous two rounds on Monday and Tuesday, most lawmakers submitted blank ballots because the political camps did not agree on a joint candidate during the negotiations.
Following the withdrawal of former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi from the race for the highest post in the state, negotiations between party leaders for a possible candidate intensified.
On Thursday, the fourth day of voting, a simple majority will be enough for a victory. Incumbent President Sergio Mattarella received the most votes on Wednesday, although so far he has clearly ruled out a second term.
However, many politicians want the Sicilian to stay in office so as not to jeopardize the government of Prime Minister Draghi, who has long been considered the favorite for the role.
As he can not hold both positions, negotiations have been going on for weeks in Rome on how to proceed with his government, in which almost all the major parties are represented in Parliament.