Right-wing parties triumph in Italian regional election in key test ahead of European Parliament vote
Matteo Salvini at a press conference in Rome on Monday as the results from the Abruzzo election emerged
Matteo Salvini at a press conference in Rome on Monday as the results from the Abruzzo election emerged CREDIT: TIZIANA FABI/AFP
11 FEBRUARY 2019 • 2:09PM
Right-wing parties triumphed in a regional election in central Italy on Monday in a contest seen as a key test for the European Parliament elections in May.
A candidate from Brothers of Italy, a small far-Right party backed by the Right-wing League party and Silvio Berlusconi’s Forza Italia, won the election in the mountainous Abruzzo region.
After taking around 48 per cent of the vote, Marco Marsilio was elected the new governor of the region, ousting a centre-Left coalition.
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