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Meloni and the right wing win the general election with over 40% in Italy according to the first polls

Italy’s first exit polls showed a right-wing victory in the general election, paving the way for right-wing Giorgia Meloni to become the first woman to come to power.

right wing coalition The Brothers of Italy (FdI), formed by Liga and Forza Italia (FI), is emerging as the winner of the general election with 41 to 45% of the vote, according to exit polls released on the closing of schools on the RAI. public television.

FDI, Formation Georgia MeloniThe party with the most votes, between 22% and 26%, according to a poll released on the closing of schools at 11:00 p.m. local time, represents a meteoric increase compared to the previous elections, in which it received happened 4,3%.

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While the Progressive Alliance, led by the Democratic Party (PD), Enrico LettaGained between 25.5% and 29.5% and the 5 Star Movement (M5S) became the third party in the country between 13.5% and 17.5%.

Meloni, a 45-year-old fart Be the first woman to come to power in ItalyJudging by the results achieved by two of its allies in the right-wing coalition: Matteo Salvini’s far-right Liga, which achieved between 8.5% and 12.5%, and Silvio Berlusconi’s conservative FI, between 6% and 8%. .

Letta’s PD has been confirmed as the second party, with between 17% and 21%, ahead of M5S, who snatch third place from the Salvini league, will be the “third pole”, leaving centrist Carlo Calenda and Matteo Renzi as a single. brings together. Gets between 6.5% and 8.5%.

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YouTrend analyst survey for private channel SkyTG24 confirms these predictions, with the center-right winning in the Senate 42.6%, which will be split between FdI 23.7%, League 9.8% and FI, 7.9%.

Center-left will gain 27.8%, PD with 20.1%, while M5S will gain 16.1%, while Calenda and Renzi will add 7.4%.

About 51 million Italians were called to vote on this election day, which began at 07:00 local time and ended with the closure of schools for the election. 600 MPs (400 Representatives and 200 Senators).

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