Projection suggests Giorgia Meloni’s far-right Brothers of Italy party has won most seats in country’s election.
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Millions cast ballots in an election that could see the far-right coalition of Giorgia Meloni win power.
Italians will vote on Sunday to elect a new parliament with a right-wing coalition tipped to form a solid majority.
The prospect of a harsh winter is dominating the Italian vote, with many voters worried about sky-high gas bills.
Italy is set to vote in an election that will likely see its most far-right government in power since World War II.
After her party’s meteoric rise, Meloni could become the first far-right leader to guide the country since World War II.
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