After the 4% of vote's count Democratic Party's establishment candidate Pierluigi Bersani is leading on young candidate Matteo Renzi. The challenge remains still opened to a possible second turn
A still open battle in a politician field which aims to govern the country. After the 4% of the vote's count in Italian centre-left primary election, the Democratic Party's national secretary is leading with the 44% of votes.
At the second place placed Florence's young mayor and Democratic Party's member Matteo Renzi, with the 36% of votes. At the third place, left wing SEL party's leader Nichi Vendola obtained the 14% of votes.
Last places in centre-left coalition are occupants by Democratic Party's member Laura Puppato, with the 3%, and centrist API party's candidate Bruno Tabacci, with a 1%.
Despite of the official datas, the result is already open. Following direct Welfare Italia's sources in several polling stations, Bersani is winning in former communist strongholds.
At the same time, Renzi has been voted by the majority of voters in the most important Italian towns and has been voted mostly by young voters.
The one certain data is the affluence. Near 4 million people took went cast their ballot in centre-left coalition's primary election.
The primaries are going to give the official centre-left coalition's nomination to the premiership on next April national parliamentary election.
Pierluigi Bersani, a former Ministry of the Economic Development, is a candidate supported by Democratic Party's establishment and strong CGIL work union.
Matteo Renzi, a Christian democrat young politician who looks to the Obama US Democrats as a model, took part to centre-left primary election despite of his Democratic Party's establishment opposition.
Nichi Vendola is the Apulia Region's governor, who took part in the centre-left primaries to defend LGBT and workers' rights and former communist voters.
Bruno Tabacci is a catholic democrat wing Milan's budget Assessor who supports the necessity to create a centre-left coalition based on a tight relationship with the centre.
If no one of the five candidates will not reach the 50% of votes, a second turn of centre-left coalition's primaries is scheduled on next 12/2.