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Election Results: Cent and Party

election results: The centre-right coalition had 37 per cent and the anti-establishment 5-Stars 32 per cent, according to The Chronicle Herald. Neither obtained enough to govern. Renzi took to Facebook on Tuesday after national election results showed his once-dominant Democratic Party had brought the centre-left to its worst showing ever, with the coalition taking less than 23 per cent of the vote. That outcome has kicked off weeks of horse-trading as each potential governing force tries to pick up support from elsewhere, including from disillusioned Democrats who might be tempted to back the 5-Stars. If anyone from our party thinks otherwise, let him or her say so, either in an upcoming party meeting or in Parliament. For me, the Democratic Party has to be where the people put us in the opposition, Renzi wrote. ( As reported in the news.