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Brazil: São Paulo state has 287,000 Italian-Brazilians able to vote in the Italian elections

The state of São Paulo has about 287,000 Italian-Brazilian voters who will be able to participate in this year's elections for the renewal of the Italian Parliament, according to a survey conducted by the Union of Italians in the World (UIM) association.

The voting, which had to be brought forward to September, will define new names for the Italian Chamber of Deputies and Senate.

The number of voters in São Paulo is equivalent to 66.7% of the total 430,000 residents in Brazil that are eligible to vote.

According to the Union of Italians . . .

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