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Entertainment ultra -right Meloni claims to be a government formation in Italy

06:20  26 september  2022
06:20  26 september  2022 Source:   dw.com

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After the strong performance of the ultra -right Fratelli d'Italia in the parliamentary election in Italy, party leader Giorgia Meloni has raised the formation of the next government. "The Italians sent a clear message in favor of a right government led by Fratelli d'Italia," Meloni said in front of journalists in Rome on Monday night. "We will rule for everyone," she added.

Nach dem starken Abschneiden der ultrarechten Fratelli d'Italia bei der Parlamentswahl in Italien hat Parteichefin Giorgia Meloni Anspruch auf die Bildung der nächsten Regierung erhoben. © Andreas Solaro After the strong performance of the ultra -right Fratelli d'Italia in the parliamentary election in Italy, party leader Giorgia Meloni claimed to form the next government. According to

forecasts, the FDI received around a quarter of all votes and thus becomes the strongest force. Together with their alliance partners, the legal national Lega and Forza Italia (FI), they could get up to 47 percent of the votes. The Interior Ministry announces official results on Monday.

Meloni could thus become the first woman at the head of an Italian government. Due to the complicated electoral system, the alliance of Melonis FDI, the Lega of ex -Interior Minister Matteo Salvini and the conservative Forza Italia of long -standing Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi in both parliamentary chambers should receive an absolute majority of seats - in the House of Representatives and in the Senate.

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