One of the effects of the war between Giuseppe Conte and Beppe Grillo, which will almost certainly lead to the split in the 5 Star Movement, is the push towards the return to the proportional electoral system and the overcoming of the constituencies. Qualified sources of the Democratic Party, in close contact with the various souls of the pentastellati, explain how the probable separation between the guarantor of the M5S and the former Prime Minister will make it more difficult to build a political and electoral alliance, an operation to this end. almost impossible point. Enrico Letta knows that to beat the right front in 2023, maximum convergence is needed, but putting Grillo, Conte, Renzi, Calenda and Bersani together is something unthinkable and unimaginable.
With the proportional, however, everyone runs for himself and only after the closing of the polls will majorities be formed in Parliament based on the electoral numbers. To support this thesis is also the continuous challenge between Matteo Salvini and Giorgia Meloni. The center-right is making a fool of itself in front of the country and the voters with the total inability to find a common candidate for the next municipal elections in Milan, Bologna and Naples. A spectacle that is infuriating many moderate and conservative voters. Faced with this situation of total laceration, how can the Center-right find an agreement on the candidates in 200 constituencies between the Chamber and the Senate (those envisaged with the Rosatellum currently in force)? Impossible.
Salvini would assert the data of the 2019 European championships while Meloni would bring the polls with the Brothers of Italy now paired with the League, if not in front. In short, the possibility of reaching an agreement would be zero. Here also in the center-right, in all its souls, the hypothesis that proportional is the best choice is put forward. But with one exception, that there is a majority prize to the coalition that comes before it guarantees governability. In exchange, the Democratic Party will ask for a threshold of around 4-5% and the introduction of preferences in place of the blocked lists currently in force. Preferences that are also a historic battle of the Melonian right.