Giorgia Meloni : Italy to get first female prime minister, how do world leaders react to right-wing victory?

Giorgia Meloni : Italy’s (Italy election) generalist of the right-wing Fratelli d’Italia Fratelli d’Italia (Brothers of Italy) party. has won the election. Giorgia Meloni, who led the right-wing coalition, will become Italy’s first female prime minister.

Meloni’s party, which has fascist roots, is likely to form a government with other far-right groups, including the League led by former interior minister Matteo Salvini and Forza Italia, led by former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi. 

The way former US President Donald Trump first opposed Americans and immigration. On the same lines, Giorgia Meloni planned her campaign strategy in the Italian general election. So now the world leaders are worried about the orthodox government in Italy. Many countries, including the European Commission, are skeptical about how the Italian public will interpret Meloni’s campaign."text-align: justify;">Meloni’s win has sparked reactions from around the world. Let’s explore the key reactions in this

France

Prime Minister Elisabeth Bourne said France would monitor abortion and human rights in Italy after Meloni’s  victory. We will look into it with the president of the European Commission,” Bourne told BFM television. Especially the values ​​of human rights, respect for each other, especially respect for abortion rights, are respected by all.

Germany

German politicians have also expressed concern after Meloni’s victory. Jurgen Hardt, a jurist and foreign policy expert of the conservative Christian Democratic Union (CDU), is also against Italy’s new government. He said he was troubled by Meloni’s openly fascist statements as well as the hair-raising positions of his colleagues. 

European Commission  

The European Commission said it expected a constructive relationship with the next government in Italy, despite the Brothers in Italy being a Eurosceptic populist party. EU spokesman Eric Mamer told a news briefing that the Commission’s executive principle is to work with governments that emerge from elections. This is no different in this case. Of course, we hope to cooperate constructively with the new Italian authorities, he noted. 

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