Italians Vote for a President. Here’s Why It Matters.

ROME — A joint session of Italian parliament and some regional delegates, known as “great electors,” began a secret ballot on Monday to elect the next Italian president to replace the current office holder, Sergio Mattarella, as the country’s head of state.

Though always an occasion for intense, behind-the-scenes politicking, the election is also normally a routine affair that happens every seven years. This time, however, it is a focus of special attention because a top contender for…

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