Legislative in Italy: the worried feminists of a victory of the extreme right
© AP - Domenico Stinellis Giorgia Meloni The leader of the Ratellia far right party of Italia during a meeting in Ancône on 23 August 2022. While the Italia Italia post-Fascist Post-Fascist party is given in mind to next Sunday legislative elections in Italy, concern grows, especially about the vision of the extreme right on the place of women in the society. Report in Bologna.
Poland's Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki was the first head of government to congratulate Georgia Meloni on the results of exit polls that would give the right-wing parties a large majority led by the far-right. © Provided by News 360 El primer ministro de Polonia, Mateusz Morawiecki, en Kiev. - -/Ukrinform/dpa
"Congratulations, Meloni!" celebrated Morawiecki -- who heads the government representing the far-right Law and Justice party (PIS) -- on Sunday night after the exit poll provided by the RAI channel reported that the most voted party would have been the far-right Brothers of Italy, led by Meloni.
In Italy, the extreme right wins a historic victory
© Copyright 2022, the Obs After Sweden, the extreme right makes a new breakthrough in Europe with the victory of Giorgia Meloni in Sunday legislative elections in Italy, where For the first time since 1945 a post-fascist party could govern the country. By remaining in opposition to all the governments that have followed one another since the 2018 legislative elections, Fratelli d'Italia (FDI), founded by Giorgia Meloni, imposed himself as the main alternative and went from 4.3% he Four years ag
Morawiecki has met on previous occasions with Salvini, the League's current candidate in the Italian elections and formerly vice president and interior minister; and with the prime minister of Hungary, Viktor Orbán, to create a possible alliance that would allow them to gain strength within the European Union.
Meloni's party would have obtained 22-26 percent of the votes. Meanwhile, the League would obtain between 8.5 and 12.5 percent and Forza Italia would get between 6 and 8 percent of the votes.
Thus, the Italian right-wing parties have clearly prevailed in the legislative elections held this Sunday with a support of between 41 and 45 percent, far ahead of the left-wing parties, which would get between 25.5 and 29.5 percent of the votes.
If these results are confirmed, the leader of the Brothers of Italy, Giorgia Meloni, is emerging as the clear candidate for Prime Minister, a position never held by a woman in Italy.
Italy: Giorgia Meloni hopes that Spain "will also" pass "on the far right .
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