Italy: ‘We’ll send them home’ – Salvini vows comeback at ‘Italian pride’ rally

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League party leader Matteo Salvini said his far-right coalition will send the current government home soon while addressing large crowds of people at the ‘Italian pride’ rally in Rome’s central San Giovanni square on Saturday.

The former Interior Minister took to the stage alongside Forza Italia leader Silvio Berlusconi and Fratelli d’Italia (FI) leader Giorgia Meloni, the three main rightwing political forces at the opposition.

“We are going to win all nine elections and we’ll send them home. And those who proved to be able to rule will be back in government,” Salvini vowed, suggesting that looming regional elections might threaten the stability of the current government coalition.

The populist leader also said his hard stance on migration proved successful, as fewer illegal migrants reached Italian ports last year.

He also mentioned the recent Turkish offensive in Syria, claiming the EU must halt the accession process for an “Islamic regime.”

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