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I've translated the page from it:wiki to have a full coverage of the subject--Dans (talk) 18:56, 10 November 2009 (UTC)
Thanks for the translation. I've been tidying it up a bit, changing historic stuff into the past tense and so forth. It still needs some work though. ascorbic (talk) 13:39, 11 November 2009 (UTC)
Regarding the fact that she was along other two leftist politics the first woman cadidate prime minister in Italy: whoever wrote this does not know how the electoral system in Italy works. Voters elect the parliament. The president of the republic choses a prime minister. There are no candidates for prime minister in Italy. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 126.96.36.199 (talk • contribs) 22:51, 17 April 2011
Formally speaking, you have a good point, but it seems a reasonable shorthand to say that e.g. Berlusconi was the candidate premier of the PdL, given that it was no mystery whom they would name if they got a majority, or close enough to it to impose their wishes.
That hardly seems to apply to a tiny party like La Destra, though. So I'm not entirely clear on what was intended here, maybe just that she was the leader of a party contesting the election? The text should probably be reworded but I'm not sure how to fix it myself. --Trovatore (talk) 23:05, 17 April 2011 (UTC)