Italy election: What you need to know | News | DW

Italians are set to cast their votes in a historic election on Sunday that could lead to the country’s first far-right ruling party since the Second World War.

The rising popularity of the Brothers of Italy (FdI) — with its neo-fascist roots — has propelled the party’s leader Giorgia Meloni as a frontrunner candidate for the role of prime minister, sparking fears throughout Europe.

But the center-left Democratic Party (PD) and anti-establishment 5-Star Movement (5SM) are hoping to prevent a right-wing coalition, with FdI at the helm, from taking power.

The first exit polls will be expected when voting stops at 11 p.m. (2100 GMT/UTC) with the first official results to come out overnight.

DW explores just how the Italian election works and who the different candidates are.

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