Isabella Conti presents the list of “left-left service. Rainbow symbol like our city” | Video

Isabella Conti presents the list of "left-left service. Rainbow symbol like our city" |  Video

36 candidates from different backgrounds, Volunteering, sports, youth hardship, environmental protection, school, university, and a craft, two lawyers, an Irish writer, a firefighter, an expert in circular economics, and a nurse with a passion for Bolognese history: San Lazaro Mayor Isabella Conte starts with San Vitale 7 / B. One that was at the center of the campaign of the center-left primaries, and later Matteo Lepor won.

“It’s going to be an army on our list, ‘you too, Conte’, in the center-left service,” Conte said. “The symbol is a rainbow, a symbolic message, because our city is like this.”

Not all candidates were present at the press conference held in front of the headquarters via San Vitale this morning, but it has been confirmed that the list will be led by Dem Maria Caterina Manka, president of the Health Care Commission in Palazzo di Acurcio.

Among followers of the mayor of San Lazaro in the primary, Councilor Marco Lombardo announced on Facebook that he would not run for city council: “I believe the choice of running or not is personal, I do not allow myself to advance in the background or reading except what he chooses to give.”

I do not know the intentions of Conte’s other councilor and supporter, Alberto Itini: “My hope is that every person who supports me will find a place where he feels he has more rights,” Conte said, so from a political point of view, there is a possibility of a real integration of priority center-left needs.

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