Anders Breivik, the far-right extremist who confessed to the killings of 77 people in Norway two weeks ago, has found ideological support in what some may consider an unlikely place: the halls of the Italian parliament.
Mario Borghezio, an Italian politician, has termed Breivik's philosophy "perhaps great", a statement for which he was suspended, but not sacked, by his Northern League Party.
Borghezio's remarks, and those of other right-wing Italian politicians, seem to indicate that mainstream political discourse in the country is moving further rightwards on the political spectrum.
Al Jazeera's Laurence Lee reports from Italy.
Source: Al Jazeera