This is a night of pride for the Brothers of Italy but it's a starting point and the situation is difficult and needs contribution from everyone, Meloni said.
Opinion polls suggest Italians are poised to vote their first far-right government into power since World War II.
Most young Italians unable to decide who to vote for are on the left of the political spectrum, where they feel unrepresented. The question is how many of them will still step out to cast their vote on Sunday.
Opinion polls indicate voters might elect the first far-right premier of the post-World War 2 era — and the first woman to lead an Italian government — in the person of Giorgia Meloni.
Far-right leader Meloni might become the first woman to lead an Italian government.
A solution to the ongoing gas crisis is the top concern for Italians heading to the polls on September 25 – but disenchantment and apathy prevail as 40 percent of voters are still undecided.
Italy’s far-right PM frontrunner Giorgia Meloni has voiced her support for sanctions against Russia - but the coalition has shown cracks.
Giorgia Meloni, who could become Italy’s first female prime minister at the upcoming election later this month, denies her party’s links to fascism. But a look at its history and support base suggests otherwise.
Italy’s Prime Minister Mario Draghi announced his resignation on Thursday, paving the way for the possibility of early elections and the far-right seizing power.
Former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi is unwanted, but the largest grouping in Italy's parliament needs his party's support to be part of a majority coalition.
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