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Meloni’s coalition wins an unexpected victory with 44% of the vote
Meloni received 114 seats, far more than the Italian Senate’s majority figures.
Italy’s new Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni is a fan of Italian dictator Benito Mussolini

Rome, Since the fall of fascist dictator Benito Mussolini in World War II, Giorgia Meloni, founder of the far-right “Brothers of Italy” party, would be Italy’s first female leader and the first radical conservative decades later. After the departure of dictator Benito Mussolini, it was never thought that Italy would one day put a far-right party in power. However, Meloni, who won around 26% of the vote in the general election, will now form the government with other right-wing parties. So what happened that, forgetting the dictator, Italy again placed a leader like him on the country’s throne?

became a conservative as a teenager
At the age of 15, Meloni began projecting himself as a radical right-wing leader after joining the Italian Social Movement (MSI) created by supporters of disgraced fascist dictator Benito Mussolini. In the mid-1990s, the MSI became part of a new party called the National Alliance (AN) and later a mainstream MSI formed by former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, now part of the right-wing coalition by Meloni. with. In 2012, Meloni and other AN members formed their new “Brothers of Italy” party, seeing Berlusconi’s stance softened by his conservative thinking. Meloni, who has compared her party to the American Republican Party and the British Conservative Party, has often been seen as a leader in patriotism and the promotion of traditional family values.

shine from this speech
“I’m Georgian, I’m a woman, I’m a mother, I’m Italian, I’m Christian, and you can’t stand that.” It is a phrase that made Meloni very popular among the people. Meloni’s 2019 speech in the country laid a solid foundation for his conservative politics among the people. Meloni, who carried the banner of opposition to the LGBT community and Islam, gradually became the people’s poster child herself. On January 30, 2016, he made a lot of rhetoric against the LGBT community by participating in the anti-LGBT rights protest. Meloni is also considered a leader of the family system and an advocate of culture.

Benefits of staying away from the previous government
Giorgia Meloni’s stars started rising from the year 2018 when she first got 4% of the vote in the general election. This time, Meloni, who became the leader of a coalition of right-wing groups, contested the election alongside Matteo Salvini’s far-right League and former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi’s Forza Italia, who together won an unexpected 44% vote. Meloni, who won just over four percent of the vote four years ago, has the advantage of staying out of the national unity government that fell in July this year. Apart from Meloni, the performance of both coalition parties fell significantly, but Meloni’s rising graph brought him back to power. However, this time, Giorgia Meloni will replace Berlusconi as the country’s prime minister. Let’s say Meloni won 114 seats, far more than Italy’s Senate majority figures, which will strengthen his grip on the country’s politics.

China’s Powerful Opponents
Meloni also called for a boycott of the Olympics in China in August 2008. Meloni often speaks openly about China’s current policy against Tibet. However, his statement was criticized by Berlusconi as well as Foreign Minister Franco Frattini.

admirer of dictator Benito Mussolini
In an interview with French TV news Soir 3 in 1996, Meloni hailed Italian dictator Benito Mussolini as a good statesman. In which he says that everything Mussolini did, he did for Italy. Years after the interview, Meloni decided to add the “tricolor flame” associated with the dictator to his organization’s flag. Let us tell you that the ‘Flame tricolore’ represents the remains of Mussolini, where a lamp still burns on his tomb in Predappio.

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