“We will govern for all Italians”: Giorgia Meloni’s historic victory. The head of Italy’s far right, who wants to become prime minister after her victory in legislative elections on Sunday, tried to calm down in the face of concerns expressed at home and abroad. After Sweden, the extreme right is taking a new step in Europe, where for the first time since 1945 a post-fascist party is on the verge of power. By remaining in opposition to all successive governments since the 2018 legislative elections, Fratelli d’Italia (FdI) has established itself as the main alternative, going from 4.3% to a quarter of the vote, according to initial projections. , becoming the first party in the peninsula. “The italians sent a clear message in favor of a right-wing government led by Fratelli d’Italia,” reacted Giorgia Meloni, thus affirming her ambition to become Prime Minister.
“We will govern for all” Italians, he promised. “We will do it with the aim of uniting the people,” she added in a comforting and reassuring speech, acknowledging that the electoral campaign has been “violent and aggressive.” The coalition that it forms with the other far-right eurosceptic party, Matteo Salvini’s League, and Forza Italia, Silvio Berlusconi’s conservative party, would collect around 43% of the votes, which guarantees it an absolute majority of seats, both in the Chamber of Deputies and in (…)
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