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New Sardinia Regional Council: Balancing Competence, Diversity and Gender Equality in Key Position Appointments

BySamantha Jones

Apr 3, 2024
Countdown to the Todde Council: Revealing the First Names of Sardinia

This week, Sardinia Region’s new president, Alessandra Todde, is finalizing an agreement with the center-left Campo Largo parties on the future council. The selection of councilors will be based on criteria such as competence, gender equality, representativeness and territoriality, while considering coalition forces’ indications.

The Democratic Party, leading the coalition, is seeking the presidency of the Regional Council. The party will propose key position names to Todde in the coming days, including the presidency and vice-presidency of the council and various departments. Meanwhile, the M5S could be assigned to Health and Work with a possibility of appointing a technician to Health department.

Alleanza Verdi Sinistra may oversee public works while Orizzonte Comune seeks control over Tourism, Crafts and Commerce. Sinistra Futura aims to lead the Department of Culture and Public Education. Various potential candidates are being considered for these positions including re-elected regional councilors in their respective areas.

As Todde and her team make final decisions and distribute council roles among coalition parties, they are working hard to ensure that the future council reflects Sardinia Region’s diverse interests and priorities.

By Samantha Jones

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