Centre-left projected winner in Milan, Naples in local elections

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The centre-left was projected to win in the cities of Milan, Naples and Turin in an important test of the political mood in Italy for the major parties, local media reported. Local elections on Sunday and Monday in 1,192 municipalities, the first major polls after Mario Draghi came to power as prime minister, are seen as a test of the public mood towards the main parties and the government’s coronavirus policies. Partial results indicated that the centre-left’s Beppe Sala would be re-elected as mayor of Milan with over 57 per cent of the vote, with the centre-left candidate also projected to w…

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