Far right Fratelli D’Italia (Brothers Italia) in Georgia Meloni He received 26% of the vote in Sunday’s election, which means that the right-wing coalition will have a large majority in parliament, according to final results published Tuesday.
The alliance includes the Matteo Salvini League (right) and Forca Italia (Governor) Billionaire Silvio Berlusconi. Together, the three parties will get 237 seats in the House of Representatives out of a total of 400 seats.
The coalition would also have a majority in the Senate, with 115 seats out of 200.
Silvio Berlusconi (centre), Giorgia Meloni (left) and Matteo Salvini (right) in Rome – Photo: Alessandro Bianchi / Reuters
Salvini’s anti-immigration party received 8.8% of the vote, while the conservative Forsa ItaliaBerlusconi received 8.1% of the vote, according to the Interior Ministry.
The right-wing coalition also has a small party, accounting for less than 1% of the vote, with a total of 43.8% of the vote in Parliament.
The center-left Democratic Party (PD) received 19% of the vote and sided with two small left-wing and environmentalist formations. The coalition would get 84 seats in the House of Representatives and 44 seats in the Senate.
Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta candidate during an event on September 19, 2022 – Photo: Tobias Schwarz / AFP
The anti-regime 5-Star Movement received 15.4% of the vote and will have 52 deputies and 28 senators.
The center coalition Ação received 7.8% of the vote and will hold 21 seats in the Chamber of Deputies and nine in the Senate.
The remaining seats will be distributed among the smaller parties.
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