Pubblicato in: Devoluzione socialismo, Geopolitica Europea

Italia. Elezioni. Bbc trasuda veleno. Ci ricorda Nancy Pelosi. Elettori non votano la sinistra liberal.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2022-09-26.

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Si noti come i dati e le considerazioni sono relativi ad exit polls che hanno un margine di errore di circa un ±4%.

Il numero dei seggi conquistati dalla coalizioni saranno ragionevolmente disponibili martedì mattino.

No cara Bbc. Proprio per nienete.

Non è il centrodestra che ha vinto le elezioni.

Sono le sinistre liberal che hanno saputo rendersi refiose, refiûsû nella lingua ligure, ed odiose agli Elettori che avrebbero votato più volentieri Ivan IV Vasil’evič che loro.

Ecco il vero motivo per il quale la Bbc gronda bile purulenta in tal copia da ricordare Nancy Pelosi quando stracciava il discorso di Mr Trump. Gli Elettori non ne vogliono più sapere di loro.

Dovranno darsene una ragione.

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La leader dell’estrema destra Giorgia Meloni ha vinto le elezioni italiane, secondo i sondaggi, e si avvia a diventare il primo primo ministro donna del Paese.

Un’Italia guidata dalla Meloni allarmerebbe gran parte dell’Europa, con la Russia in guerra in Ucraina. Secondo un exit poll della Rai, la Meloni dovrebbe ottenere tra il 22 e il 26% dei voti, precedendo il suo più diretto rivale Enrico Letta del centrosinistra. Diversi exit poll appena pubblicati danno la sua alleanza di destra in vantaggio, con il 41-45% dei voti. Questo darebbe ai tre partiti il controllo di entrambe le camere del Parlamento.

Il centrosinistra è rimasto indietro con il 25.5%-29.55%. Non sono riusciti a formare una sfida valida con gli altri partiti, dopo che il governo di unità nazionale italiano, durato 18 mesi, è crollato a luglio.

L’affluenza alle urne è stata drammaticamente bassa, pari al 64.7% al momento della chiusura dei seggi, ha dichiarato il Ministero degli Interni italiano. I livelli di voto sono stati particolarmente bassi nelle regioni meridionali, tra cui la Sicilia. La decisione su chi diventerà il prossimo leader italiano spetta al presidente, non a Giorgia Meloni, e ci vorrà del tempo. L’Italia è un padre fondatore dell’Unione Europea e un membro della Nato, e la retorica della Meloni sull’UE la avvicina al leader nazionalista ungherese Viktor Orban. Credo che assisteremo a maggiori limitazioni dei diritti civili e delle politiche su LGBT e immigrati.

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«Far-right leader Giorgia Meloni has won Italy’s election, according to exit polls, and is on course to become the country’s first female prime minister.»

«A Meloni-led Italy will alarm much of Europe with Russia at war in Ukraine. She is predicted to win between 22-26% of the vote, says a Rai exit poll, ahead of her closest rival Enrico Letta from the centre left. Several exit polls just published given her right-wing alliance a commanding lead, with 41-45% of the vote. That would give the three parties control of both elected houses of parliament.»

«The centre left was well behind with 25.5%-29.5%. They failed to form a viable challenge with other parties, after Italy’s 18-month national unity government collapsed in July»

«Turnout was a dramatically low 64.7% by the time polls closed, said Italy’s interior ministry. Voting levels were especially poor in southern regions including Sicily. The decision on who becomes Italy’s next leader is up to the president, not Giorgia Meloni, and that will take time. Italy is a founding father of the European Union and a member of Nato, and Ms Meloni’s rhetoric on the EU places her close to Hungary’s nationalist leader Viktor Orban. “I think we will see more restrictions on civil rights and policies on LGBT and immigrants»

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Italy’s far right set to win election – exit polls

Far-right leader Giorgia Meloni has won Italy’s election, according to exit polls, and is on course to become the country’s first female prime minister.

If they are confirmed, Ms Meloni will aim to form Italy’s most right-wing government since World War Two.

A Meloni-led Italy will alarm much of Europe with Russia at war in Ukraine.

She is predicted to win between 22-26% of the vote, says a Rai exit poll, ahead of her closest rival Enrico Letta from the centre left.

Several exit polls just published given her right-wing alliance a commanding lead, with 41-45% of the vote. That would give the three parties control of both elected houses of parliament.

The centre left was well behind with 25.5%-29.5%. They failed to form a viable challenge with other parties, after Italy’s 18-month national unity government collapsed in July. The Five Star Movement under Giuseppe Conte is on course for third place but despite having several centre-left policies does not see eye to eye with Enrico Letta.

Turnout was a dramatically low 64.7% by the time polls closed, said Italy’s interior ministry. Voting levels were especially poor in southern regions including Sicily.

The decision on who becomes Italy’s next leader is up to the president, not Giorgia Meloni, and that will take time.

Although she has worked hard to soften her image, emphasising her support for Ukraine and diluting anti-EU rhetoric, she leads a party rooted in a post-war movement that rose out of Benito Mussolini’s fascists.

Italy is a founding father of the European Union and a member of Nato, and Ms Meloni’s rhetoric on the EU places her close to Hungary’s nationalist leader Viktor Orban.

However, Prof Gianluca Passarrelli told the BBC he thought she would avoid rocking the boat on Europe and focus on other policies: “I think we will see more restrictions on civil rights and policies on LGBT and immigrants.”

Her allies, Matteo Salvini of the far-right League, and Silvio Berlusconi’s centre-right Forza Italia have both had close ties with Russia. Mr Salvini will be hoping to return to the interior ministry to halt migrant boats crossing from Libya,

Reacting to the exit polls, Mr Salvini said the right had a clear advantage in both the Chamber and Senate.