The far-right Meloni assures that the parliamentary right is incompatible with the nostalgia of fascism


This was stated by the prime minister after some members of her party declared that Italy’s constitution was not anti-fascist and coincided with the country’s Liberation Party.

The Italian Prime Minister, the extreme right Georgia Melonihas said that the right-wing parliamentary parties “have declared themselves incompatible with any nostalgia for fascism” in a letter published by the newspaper “Corriere della Sera”, this Tuesday, which coincides with the day of the Italian liberation.

These statements go hand in hand with the controversy of these days following the statements of some members of his party, Brothers of Italy, such as the President of the Senate, Ignazio La Russa, who stated that the Italian constitution was not ‘anti-fascist’.

So, the association of Italian partisans (ANPI) – those who fought against the Nazi occupation and fascism – publicly this Monday asked the government to “anti-fascism”.

On her first April 25 as Prime Minister, Meloni wanted her reflections to “make this anniversary a moment of rediscovery of national harmony.”

Source: EITB


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