Italy's League party grows in popularity in the south

How a northern Italian political party has managed to garner support in the country's south.

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    Italy's League party started out as a northern separatist movement, but in the past year, its support has extended to the south.

    Its leader Matteo Salvini became an MP in the southern region of Calabria, and has focussed his agenda on immigration rather than mafia-related crimes.

    Al Jazeera's Sonia Gallego reports from Rosarno.


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