italian elections

Aboubakar Soumahoro during his speech at the end of his election campaign with the Green and Italian Left, in Rome, 22 September 2022 | Photo: ANSA/MAURIZIO BRAMBATTI
Italian Interior Minister Matteo Piantedosi arrives at the presidential Quirinale Palace for the swearing-in ceremony for the new government in Rome, Italy, on October 22, 2022 | Photo: ANSA/Angelo Carconi
Three right-wing parties won a large share of the vote in the Italian election and will likely lead the next government. Their three leaders (from left to right) are Matteo Salvini (League), Silvio Berlusconi (Forza Italia) and Giorgia Meloni (Brothers of Italy) | Photo: ANSA/Guiseppe Lami
Migrants rescued at sea arrive in Floriana, Malta | Photo: EPA/Domenic Aquilina
Giorgia Meloni à Rome le 26 septembre 2022. © Guglielmo Mangiapane, Reuters
Giorgia Meloni pictured in Florence on September 18 | Photo: Reuters
Giorgia Meloni, Nello Musumeci and Renato Schifani at a Fratelli d'Italia (Brothers of Italy) rally in Catania, August 29, 2022 | Photo: ANSA/Orietta Scardino
From file: Migrants arrive on the Calabrian coast over the weekend [June 18-19, 2022] | Photo: Albano Angiletta / Italy Photo Press / Imago
League leader Matteo Salvini visits Lampedusa ahead of the Italian elections on September 25 | Photo: David Lohmueller / picture alliance / ASSOCIATED PRESS
Migrants and asylum seekers at the CARA refugee center in Castelnuovo di Porto, Rome, 22 January 2019. | Photo: ANSA/Massimo Percossi
Migrants visiting Naples' National Archaeological museum ANSA/Cesare Abbate
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