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Italy′s election: Giorgia Meloni, far-right favorite for prime minister, appeals to disgruntled voters | Europe | News and current affairs from around the continent | DW


A video of the candidate runs in a loop on a screen next to the stage. Smiling nonstop and shaking hands, Giorgia Meloni’s voice booms over the Piazza del Carmine as it fills with people. They have come to Cagliari, Sardinia’s largest city, to hear the politician with the best chance of becoming Italy’s next prime minister and the first woman to hold the post. Polls ahead of the September 25 general election have shown her as the favorite for the role.

Mercedes Usai arrived well ahead of the event, which took place on September 2, to nab a seat as close to the stage as possible. She is standing in the front row, her eyes shining. “I believe in Giorgia! I trust in her strength,” the 49-year-old says. Usai is a member of the right-wing nationalist Brothers of Italy (“Fratelli…



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