Following the September 25 elections in Italy, Giorgia Meloni will become the country’s next Prime Minister. A major drop in voter turnout signaled deep disillusionment among the Italian public. Brothers of Italy (FdI) benefited from the historic prospect of Meloni’s leadership, as she is set to become the first ever woman head of the Italian government. FdI also profited from being the only party in opposition to Mario Draghi’s technocratic unity government, although its rise can be dated earlier.
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