The extreme right in Italy.

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  1. Mak1442

    Mak1442 Raven

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    This mean the hardness is not over. We will have other major stuff.

    I think I am more at the center. But we know who is the boss.

    What do you think?
     
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    You have to distinguish between what parties and people say in the election campaign and how they actually govern.
    After the election, we heard completely different sounds than during the campaign. That's why I'm not too worried yet.
    Let's see if you will govern for very long at all - there are a lot of tensions and egos that have to work together.
     
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    Thanks for the answer.
     
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    apparently she's not as nuts as people thought she was going to be, it's still pretty early though
     
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    Election campaigns are all about being heard and getting attention. It's easy to get that if you exaggerate a bit and say things that stay in the media for a very long time. You say certain things even though you know very well that you can't (legally, because of the EU, existing contracts,...) but some people want to hear exactly that.

    I am not a fan of such a policy, but unfortunately that's how it works nowadays. Every party does it, no matter from which country.
     

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