Italy: Matteo Salvini Knocked Out Of Power After Leftist Parties Unite to Form New GovtChris Menahan
Aug. 28, 2019
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Right-wing populist-nationalist Matteo Salvini has been knocked out of power for the time being after his attempt to force snap elections in an effort to become Prime Minister backfired with the anti-establishment leftist Five Star party allying with the establishment leftist Democratic Party to form a new government.
This alliance just so happened to occur one day after President Donald Trump threw Salvini under the bus and voiced his support for Italy's current leftist prime minister Giuseppe Conte from the Five Star party, though there's no evidence the two stories are related.
Italy's anti-establishment Five Star Movement (M5S) and the center-left opposition Democratic Party (PD) agreed on Wednesday to form a new coalition government and avoid snap elections which could favor Matteo Salvini's far-right League Party.From the New York Times:
The leader of the hard-right, anti-migrant League party, Mr. Salvini had sought to consolidate his surging public support by pulling the plug on his coalition with Five Star. He called for early elections and asked Italians to give him full power.While this is certainly an unfortunate series of events, Salvini is still the most popular politician in all of Italy. There's a very high chance this government will break apart before 2023.
Summit News reported Wednesday that the uncle of 18-year-old Pamela Mastropietro, "who was raped, murdered and dismembered by a Nigerian 'cannibal mafia' in the Italian town of Macerata," has threatened to release "photos of her dismembered body to the Italian parliament if the country’s new government repeals Matteo Salvini's strict immigration laws."
Additionally, illegal immigration tends to drop off hard during the colder fall and winter months.
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