Domenica, 21 Ottobre 2018

League to run alone in Abruzzo


Pescara, August 10 - League MP Giuseppe Bellachioma
announced Friday that the rightwing party will run alone in
elections in the central region of Abruzzo that are set to take
place later this year.
"The decision has been taken," Bellachioma, the League's
coordinator in Abruzzo, said via Facebook.
"In Abruzzo the League will run alone. Those who love us,
follow us and we'll go and win".
The League was part of the centre-right alliance, along with
Silvio Berlusconi's Forza Italia (FI) and the rightwing Brothers
of Italy (FdI) group, that was the bloc that won most votes in
March's general election although the coalition came up short of
winning a majority in parliament.
In the end the League ended up forming a national government
with the anti-establishment 5-Star Movement (M5S) to end a long
post-election deadlock, although it said at the time that this
did not spell the end of the alliance with FI.
The League and FI govern several regions together.
Many recent opinion polls have put the League as Italy's most
popular party, just ahead of the M5S, with party leader and
Interior Minister Matteo Salvini's tough stance on migration
appealing to many voters.
On Thursday FI regional councillor Lorenzo Sospiri said he
hoped the centre-right would run as a united bloc.

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