Italy’s right-wing Meloni: ‘Don’t want to leave Europe’

The far-right front-runner in Italy’s parliamentary election, Giorgia Meloni, claims she wants to abide by EU budget rules if she wins. “We want a different Italian attitude on the international stage, for example in dealing with the European Commission,” the leader of the post-fascist Fratelli d’Italia party told Reuters on Thursday. “This does not mean that we want to destroy Europe, that we want to leave Europe, that we want to do crazy things.”

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