Italy: Salvini continues to slide, Meloni, Brothers Party continues to rise
The Duran: Episode 994
Analysis: Italy’s Salvini struggles as rightist ally grows stronger
League leader Matteo Salvini is in danger of losing his crown as the undisputed head of Italy’s centre-right bloc, a prospect that could destabilise or eventually even upend Prime Minister Mario Draghi’s government of national unity. Under Salvini’s frenetic command, the League emerged as Italy’s most popular party three years ago and looked likely to dominate the political landscape for the foreseeable future.
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