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Elections: the vote on international sites, which evoke fascism


Great space, opening news, comments and analysis for the Italian elections on international sites (ANSA)

 Great space, opening news, comments and analysis for the Italian elections on international sites.

CNN headlines

, "Giorgia Meloni wins victory to become the most far-right Italian prime minister after Mussolini".

In Germany, the B


underlines, "The right is making itself felt in Rome! Meloni clearly in the lead, probable alliance with Berlusconi and Salvini".

The Spanish

El Pais

opens with "The extreme right wins the elections in Italy for the first time", "The coalition of conservatives, post-fascists and populists, led by Giorgia Meloni, won 44% of the votes in both the House and the Senate ".

    For the British Guardian "Giorgia Meloni greets the 'night of pride' while the exit polls indicate the victory of the far-right coalition", underlining that "The leader of Fratelli d'Italia seems destined to become the country's first female prime minister" .

The BBC in the opening, "Giorgia Meloni: the Italian far right is about to win the elections".

    From the Russian Federation


he comments: "The elections to the Italian parliament can lead to a political restructuring of Europe", quoting André Ventura, leader of the Portuguese far-right party Chega.

    Italian vote also for the first news of the French

Le Monde

, "Elections in Italy: with over 26% of the votes Giorgia Meloni's Brothers of Italy achieves a historic success".


Le Figaro

: "Legislative in Italy: Meloni claims the leadership of the next government".

    The main Finnish daily

Helsingin Sanomat

says: "The far right won the Italian elections. Giorgia Meloni of Fratelli d'Italia, heir to fascism, will probably become the first woman president of the country's council."

    The Swedish

Svenska Dagbladet

dedicates the first news to the Italian elections and comments: "Meloni towards victory in Italy: 'Clear message'." It is difficult for the government to last more than two years ". 

Source: ansa

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