The outcome of Italy’s referendum may be decided in Castelnuovo di Porto

by Lorenzo Piccoli


With voters outside Italy accounting for around 8 per cent of the electorate, the count at the Civil Protection Centre in Castelnuovo di Porto, where the expatriate ballots are delivered, could be crucial in determining the outcome of the Italian Constitutional referendum. I have written a blogpost for the London School of Economics Europp blog. The post has been published also on the EUDO-Citizenship Observatory website.

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