Absolute satisfaction in the Viktor Orbán’s Hungarythe Mateusz Morawiecki’s Polandthe Czech Republic led by the prime minister petr fialathe France by Marine Le Pen wave Sweden of the Swedish Democrats, the anti-immigration party that has become the second political force in the country. Instead, silence and prudence at the moment in the European institutions, which are looking with fear at the repercussions that the rise of the extreme right in Italy will have for files such as the rule of law, the asylum and immigration pact, the rights and the reforms demanded in exchange for the funds of recovery.
“My approach is that any democratic government that is willing to work with us will work together. If things go in a difficult direction – I have already talked about Hungary and Poland – we have tools & rdquor ;, said last week the president of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, while passing through the American University of Princeton. A few words that caused a huge stir in Italy but with which the Prime Minister of France has closed ranks, Elizabeth Bornethis Monday.
“Obviously we will be attentive and with the president of the European Commission (Ursula von der Leyen) so that those values on the human rightsabout respect for each other, in particular respect for the abortion lawbe respected by all”, he said in an interview on the BFMTV channel in which he did not want to value instead the election of the extreme right as so little has been done so far by neither the main European institutions nor the great political families of the European Parliament .
applause from the far right
They have done so in some other potential Member States allied with Meloni, such as Hungary either Poland. “Congratulations to Giorgia Meloni, Matteo Salvini, Silvio Berlusconi for today’s elections. In these difficult times we need more than ever friends who share a common vision and an approach to Europe’s challenges & rdquor ;, he celebrated Balasz Orbanpolitical director of the Hungarian Prime Minister, Victor Orbanmember of the Hungarian parliament and the most vocal about what Europe can expect with a far-right government sitting in the third largest economy in the Eurozone.
They also congratulated the leader of the Brothers of Italy formation, the Polish Prime Minister, Mateusz Morawiecki, and the Prime Minister of the Czech Republic, which holds the six-month presidency of the EU, petr fialaand with whose training he shares in-laws Brothers from Italy. Both formations –the same as Vox– share a bench in the group of the European Conservatives and Reformists that comes out of the fight reinforced. “Congratulations to Giorgia Meloni for the victory in the European elections. I look forward to future cooperation in European politics and in the ECR group & rdquor ;, said Fiala.
Abascal and LePen
The french far right has also added to the praise. “The Italians have given a lesson in humility to the European Union which, through the voice of Mrs. Von Der Leyen, has tried to impose the vote on them. No threat of any kind can stop democracy: the peoples of Europe raise their heads and take their destiny into their own hands & rdquor ;, the French far-right MEP has written, jordan bardella, alluding to the words of the President of the European Commission last week. He has also interjected the leader of her party, Marine Le Pen. “The Italian people have decided to take destiny into their hands by electing a patriotic and sovereignist government & rdquor ;, the leader of National group.
From rows of vox the match of Santiago Abascal, who maintains a close relationship with Meloni, has celebrated the victory of his Italian colleague with nuances. “Italy marks the path of a new europe of free and sovereign nations. “The people will decide their future. Without asking any oligarch for permission. Avanti Georgia Meloni! Avanti Fratelli d’Italia!” the far-right party said on its Twitter channel.