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Meloni sees 'different ruling majority' in EU

Meloni sees 'different ruling majority' in EU

Premier says 'common sense' needed if this doesn't happen

ROME, 27 May 2024, 11:19

ANSA English Desk



Premier Giorgia Meloni said Monday that next month's European elections may usher in a new ruling majority in the EU with respect to the grand coalition between the centre-right European People's Party (EPP) and the Socialists and Democrats (S&D) that has ruled the EU institutions in recent years.
    "Today there is room to build a different majority in the European Parliament, and for different policies," Meloni, the leader of the right-wing Brothers of Italy (FdI) party, told Rai radio.
    She added that "if things should not go like this, I have already shown that, with common sense, Italy can lead the way on many policies".
    The potential for agreements between the various European political groups is a hot topic ahead of next month's EU elections.
    At the EU level, FdI is part of the European Conservatives and Reformists (ECR) group, which Meloni is president of Last week Meloni said she had several things in common with Marine Le Pen, the parliamentary party leader of France's right-wing National Rally (RN) group.
    Le Pen's RN is part of the Identity and Democracy (ID) group that Italy's League party, one of the coalition partners in Meloni's government, belongs to.
    Deputy Premier, Foreign Minister and centre-right Forza Italia (FI) leader Antonio Tajani, a member of the EPP of European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, has said he sees a possible post-election alliance with the ECR but not with ID, describing Le Pen as extremist.
    ID has just expelled Alternative for Germany (AfD) after an AfD member said that not all the SS were bad.
    ID includes Geert Wilders' Dutch Freedom Party and the Austrian Freedom Party while the ECR includes Erik Zemmour of France's Reconquest, Vox of Spain and the Law and Justice party of Poland.


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