The local elections are not going well for the Right in Italy, with disappointing poll results coming in well beneath the presumed popularity of the three major right-wing parties. Even if it presents common candidates in the current local elections and still governs jointly in many regions and municipalities, the Italian Right has appeared divided […]
“My father fought both communism and fascism. Salvini is a long way from being a fascist,” says Polish Minister Anna Maria Anders, daughter of one of Poland’s most famous military leaders. She argues that Poland’s liberal opposition labels all who are against it as fascists, populists or nationalists.
“We have began an exchange of views on future cooperation in the European Parliament,” said Matteo Salvini, Deputy PM of Italy and leader of the “Liga”, after his Warsaw meeting with leader of Poland’s ruling party, Jarosław Kaczyński.
There are no political groupings in the European Union in which Vladimir Putin and Russia do not enjoy some support. “But that does not mean that Poland’s ruling Law and Justice (PiS) should throw itself into the arms of Italy’s League,” writes Jerzy Haszczyński in Rzeczpospolita.pl.
Law and Justice (PiS) chairman Jarosław Kaczyński will meet with Italian Deputy PM and leader of Northern League Matteo Salvini to discuss the upcoming European Parliament elections. According to La Repubblica, both parties are of the same mind when it comes to the migration crisis.
The Italian government has extended a list of crimes that may cause a foreigner to lose refugee status and Italian citizenship. It also simplified a process, which allows them to expel potentially dangerous asylum seekers.
On his Twitter profile, Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini sharply criticized a claim made by European Justice Commissioner Vera Jourova, who warned Italian politicians against spreading hate speeches against the Roma community.
The commemoration of the 1956 Hungarian anti-Communist revolution is as much about the future as it is about the past, Italian Minister of Interior Matteo Salvini told Hungarian news agency MTI in an interview.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and Italian Minister of Interior Matteo Salvini are not interested in safeguarding an antiquated European political regime, they are rather intent on solving actual problems.
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