“The majority of citizens no longer recognize themselves in utopias and left-wing ideology,” the expected head of the future Italian government said in Madrid.
The expected head of the future Italian government, Giorgia Meloni, asked for a “The Europe of the patriots“, Showing in particular the Polish government as an example, during a demonstration of the Spanish right-wing national party Vox in Madrid. In a video broadcast recorded during this matchthe party leader Brothers of Italy pleadeda more courageous Europe (…) to respond to major international crises and a little humbler when it comes to dealing with aspects of daily life that could be solved much better at the national level without adding bureaucracy to the bureaucracy“.
“Long live the Europe of patriotssaid Giorgia Meloni, who has started negotiations with her coalition partners, the League by Matteo Salvini and the liberal-conservative party Come on Italy by Silvio Berlusconi, to form a government that should see the light by the end of October. “In a few days in Italy we will be called to transform these ideas into concrete government policies, as our friends in Poland are already doing.“, He defended himself.
Like Hungary, Poland, whose Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki was physically present at the meeting in Vox, is in conflict with Brussels on matters of the rule of law. The Italian leader assured that he was working to ensure the ideas of his political family “come to government in an ever-increasing number of European nations“.”In Spain, Italy and probably throughout Europe, the majority of citizens no longer recognize themselves in leftist utopias and ideology and ask us to take on the responsibility of governing“, she said.
Giorgia Meloni also praised the recent election victory in Sweden by a right-wing alliance that includes the Democrats of Sweden (SD). Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban or former US President Donald Trump also broadcast video messages of support during this demonstration of Voxthe third Spanish political force since 2019.
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