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India e Messico, i risultati delle elezioni

In India gli exit poll danno vincitore, come ampiamente previsto, il premier uscente Narendra Modi. In Messico si afferma Claudia Sheinbaum, anche qui in continuità con il presidente a fine mandato Lopez Obrador

epa11388393 Indian National Congress Party supporters watch election results on a television screen at Congress headquarters in New Delhi, India, 04 June 2024. Counting for the general election results has started for India's 545-member lower house of parliament, or Lok Sabha, with early trends showing the Bharatiya Janata Party and its National Democratic Alliance (NDA) leading.  EPA/HARISH TYAGI
epa11388421 Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) supporters celebrate as they watch election election results on a television screen at BJP headquarters in Bangalore, India, 04 June 2024. Counting for the general election results has started for India's 545-member lower house of parliament, or Lok Sabha, with early trends showing the Bharatiya Janata Party and its National Democratic Alliance (NDA) leading.  EPA/JAGADEESH NV
epa11388449 Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) supporters celebrate as they watch election election results on a television screen at BJP headquarters in Bangalore, India, 04 June 2024. Counting for the general election results has started for India's 545-member lower house of parliament, or Lok Sabha, with early trends showing the Bharatiya Janata Party and its National Democratic Alliance (NDA) leading.  EPA/JAGADEESH NV
epa11386739 Mexico's presidential candidate Claudia Sheinbaum reacts during a press conference after the general elections in Mexico City, Mexico, 03 June 2024. Sheinbaum, a climate scientist and former mayor of Mexico City, is to be Mexico's first female President after she obtained between 58.3 and 60.7 per cent of the votes during the electoral night, according to the preliminary results announced by the National Electoral Institute.  EPA/Mario Guzman
epa11386655 Mexico's presidential candidate Claudia Sheinbaum reacts during a press conference after the general elections in Mexico City, Mexico, 03 June 2024. Sheinbaum, a climate scientist and former mayor of Mexico City, is to be Mexico's first female President after she obtained between 58.3 and 60.7 per cent of the votes during the electoral night, according to the preliminary results announced by the National Electoral Institute.  EPA/JOSE MENDEZ
epaselect epa11386656 Mexico's presidential candidate Claudia Sheinbaum reacts during a press conference after the general elections in Mexico City, Mexico, 03 June 2024. Sheinbaum, a climate scientist and former mayor of Mexico City, is to be Mexico's first female President after she obtained between 58.3 and 60.7 per cent of the votes during the electoral night, according to the preliminary results announced by the National Electoral Institute.  EPA/JOSE MENDEZ
epa11386737 Mexico's presidential candidate Claudia Sheinbaum reacts during a press conference after the general elections in Mexico City, Mexico, 03 June 2024. Sheinbaum, a climate scientist and former mayor of Mexico City, is to be Mexico's first female President after she obtained between 58.3 and 60.7 per cent of the votes during the electoral night, according to the preliminary results announced by the National Electoral Institute.  EPA/Mario Guzman

Poche sorprese sia nell’uno che nell’altro caso: le elezioni in India e Messico, che hanno catalizzato l’attenzione internazionale – trattandosi da un lato di un gigante sullo scenario mondiale, dall’altro di un Paese pur più piccolo ma di grande rilevanza negli scenari geopolitici – hanno fondamentalmente confermato quanto previsto dai sondaggi.

In India, dove i conteggi sono ancora in corso, appare infatti certa la vittoria con ampio margine del primo ministro uscente Narendra Modi: nazionalista e conservatore, secondo gli exit poll la sua coalizione atterrà circa i due terzi dei parlamentari.

In Messico si è attestata attorno al 60% dei voti Claudia Sheinbaum, la candidata di Sigamos Haciendo Historia ed erede politica di Andrés Manuel Lopez Obrador, il presidente uscente. Diventa così la prima donna capo dello Stato, in un duello elettorale al femminile: la seconda candidata, poco sotto il 30% dei voti, era infatti Xochitl Galvez, candidata del fronte d’opposizione Fuerza y Corazòn.

Due conferme di segno opposto: in India il conservatorismo di stampo induista, e in Messico una coalizione di impronta progressista.

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