Italians will vote in local elections across the nation in late May, the country's interior minister said Wednesday. The date was set during a Cabinet meeting at Premier Silvio Berlusconi's office.
"Voting will be held on May 28 for the whole day and the following Monday for the whole morning," Interior Minister Giuseppe Pisanu told reporters after the meeting. Pisanu said that runoffs, when necessary, would be held two weeks later on June 11. Mayorships in major cities, including Rome, will be up for grabs at the local voting, scheduled just a few weeks after the planned April 9-10 general election, reports the AP.
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