The president of Lazio, Claudio Lotito, has been elected in this Sunday's elections as a senator in the Molise region (south) on behalf of the conservative Forza Italia, of Silvio Berlusconi, owner of Monza recently promoted to Serie A and who also got his seat in the Senate.
Berlusconi again gave Lotito the opportunity to fulfill his desire to be a senator, after trying unsuccessfully in the 2018 elections, and on this occasion he fulfilled his electoral objective and achieved his desired seat. The victory went to the coalition led by the far-right Giorgia Meloni, leader of the Brothers of Italy party, and which also includes Berlusconi's formation.
"I have put heart, passion and genuine feelings into this election campaign. The people of Molise have entered my heart and have understood my full availability. I will now take their demands to Parliament with the same determination that I used in the election campaign," said the president of Lazio once the election results have been confirmed.
Lotito prevailed in the single-member constituency of Molise with 43% of the votes. As president of Lazio, a position he has held since 2004, he has lifted three Italian Cups and three Italian Super Cups. In addition, the now senator was one of the architects of the promotion from Series D to Series A of the Salernitana, a team from which he became the owner in 2011 and from which he separated in 2021 due to the regulations that prevent two from competing. teams with the same owner.
For his part, Berlusconi, who was already part of the Senate - expelled in 2013 after his conviction for tax fraud in his company Mediaset -, regained his seat from the constituency of the city of Monza, where he is also in charge of managing his new football project with his right-hand man, Adriano Galliani. A Monza that got its first victory in Serie A history last week against Juventus.