Giorgia Meloni celebrated a historic fallout as polling levels reached her right-wing coalition’s victory in Sunday’s Italian elections.
The 45-year-old leader of the far-right social gathering “Italian Brothers” announced on Facebook on Sunday: “We immediately become history.”
Exit polls suggest that the right-wing coalition led by Meloni won 43% to 45% of the vote, trailing the centre-left and left-wing movements.
Meloni grew to become Italy’s first female prime minister and a fierce local chief since World War II. Full and final results will be announced later on Monday.
Meloni wrote that she would not betray the faith of her voters. “We were able to cheer Italy up again,” she vowed, echoing the slogan that has propelled her marketing campaign over the past few months.
Melloni dedicated the long-awaited victory to “all militants, leaders, sympathizers, and everyone — over the years — by spontaneously and selflessly dedicating their souls and hearts to making our dreams come true. contributed.”
She also thanked “those who stayed in their place with religion and generosity despite difficult and difficult occasions”.Including: “But most importantly [this victory] Dedicated to those who imagined and always believed in us. “
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