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Meloni: “Division in the European elections would benefit the left”

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Mar 26, 2024

It is important to prioritize the hypothesis of division within the center-right coalition over the electoral campaign, as this is the only way to prevent the left from gaining an advantage. Prime Minister Meloni recently signed cohesion pacts in Campobasso and Potenza to secure funds for Molise and Basilicata, emphasizing the need to avoid internal conflicts within the coalition.

The center-right coalition comprises three different factions, each with its own perspective on how to approach the upcoming European elections. Following a recent event organized by Identity and Democracy in Rome, where League leader Salvini criticized France’s stance on the Ukraine-Russia conflict, Prime Minister Meloni urged for unity within the coalition.

While addressing concerns about supporting Ursula von der Leyen, Meloni highlighted the importance of maintaining a cohesive majority to drive European policies. The League expressed its desire for a united center-right in Europe, while Forza Italia underscored its pro-European stance and commitment to the EPP.

Deputy Prime Minister Salvini emphasized the need for unity within the center-right alliance and expressed confidence in the EPP’s success in the elections. He also emphasized the importance of focusing on domestic governance alongside electoral strategies.

It is crucial to balance electoral positioning with governance priorities to ensure the coalition’s stability and effectiveness in leading the country. Leaders within the center-right coalition must navigate differences in approach while maintaining a united front to drive policy decisions in Europe and at home.

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