So why aren't they voting for parties that will drop the Euro?
Well so far as I can tell the Five Star Movement, Lega Nord, Brothers of Italy and bunch of smaller parties want a referendum on the Euro. If current polling is correct these parties will constitute around 50% of the vote.
Indeed.. this shows that those who thought the populist wave had passed are deluding themselves. The Euro would be shaken to the core by such a vote. EuroRemainers would have trouble drumming up a ProjectFear Italian-style as the Italian economy has been living the nightmare virtually since the Euro was introduced. Italy out would see Spain, Portugal and Greece go too. The Euro is the therefore the "feet of clay" of Ever Closer Union.
It was interesting also to see Macron's comments last week on the French public's appetite for Frexit. At least he is not delusional.
That premia di maioranza in case of reaching 40% in the FirstRound wasn't rejected by the ConstitutionalCourt, was it?
Yes, I believe it in fact was. The current electoral law is totally different from the one proposed under Renzi (especially as the last one was only intended for the lower house, until the electorate rejected Senate reform in the December 2016 referendum).
They would be paralysed by the various institutions of state and eventually removed from office in a probably not entirely above board manner. Also the economy would crash and they'd mismanage things pretty badly, but that goes without saying.
'To see the possibility, the certainty, of ruin, even at the moment of creation: it was my temperament.'