Italy: Center-right alliance wins election

The center-right alliance led by Giorgia Meloni, leader of the Fratelli d’Italia party, won Italy’s parliamentary elections, as evidenced by the results early Monday morning, which have yet to be consolidated in the coming hours. “Italians have voted for a center-right government led by the Fratelli d’Italia. It is the time of responsibility. Italy elected us and we will not betray Italy. We are called to govern this country. We will govern for all Italians so that Italians can be proud to be Italian again,” Meloni said at 2:30 a.m. in a 10-minute statement on the election results at her party’s headquarters in Rome.

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