The leaders of Italy's two largest right-wing populist parties, Matteo Salvini (L) and Georgia Meloni (File) What is the state of right-wing populist parties in Europe? Can the European Union contain them, or will they undermine the EU? World Unfiltered consults the...
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“Despite reshuffling and division brought by pandemic, Italy’s populism coalition is in good electoral health with winning formula for foreseeable future.”