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In France, “no one can consider themselves victorious,” says Meloni

Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni, in Washington for the NATO summit, referred to the outcome of Sunday’s snap parliamentary election in France as she spoke to reporters. “I find the reading I’ve seen being done by many, with an emphasis on the defeat of the National Alarm, somewhat simplistic. If we want to look at what happened in France, in reality no one can consider that they won,” he said. “We had three factions. None of them was imposed, none is able to govern autonomously. We will see what will happen, the result of the second round of these elections is that no one won”, he argued. “We will see what will happen with the formation of the government, which will not be easy. I can say from personal experience that it is easier to govern when you unite because you have common ideas than when you unite because you have a common enemy,” he continued. “As far as we are concerned, we were once used to an unstable Italy, to a Europe that possessed – I mean […]
Source: News Beast

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