Factbox: Italy's parliamentary seats - YouTrend projection


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  • Monday, 26 Sep 2022

Exit polls appear on the screen at the headquarters of Brothers of Italy ahead of Giorgia Meloni's talk to the media during the election night, in Rome, Italy September 25, 2022. REUTERS/Guglielmo Mangiapane

ROME (Reuters) - A coalition of right-wing parties was projected to have won Italy's parliamentary election.

The official count has only just started and there is not yet a definitive breakdown of parliamentary seats.

The following is a projection by YouTrend of the distribution of seats in both the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate based on instant polls.

Definitive results are expected on Monday.

LOWER HOUSE (400 seats, majority 201):

Brothers of Italy 114

The League 69

Forza Italia 46

Other centre-right 7

Right-wing bloc 236

Democratic Party (PD) 69

+Europe 4

Other centre-left 15

Centre-left bloc 88

5-Star Movement 46

Azione 19

Others 11

SENATE (200 seats, majority 101):

Brothers of Italy 69

The League 28

Forza Italia 18

Other centre-right 2

Right-wing bloc 117

Democratic Party (PD) 38

+Europe 1

Other centre-left 4

Centre-left bloc 43

5-Star Movement 24

Azione 9

Others 7

(Reporting by Crispian Balmer)

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