How right is the country really?



Giorgia Meloni's campaign event in Cagliari

A deep rift runs through the country: here the left, there the right.

(Photo: GIANNI CIPRIANO/The New York Tim)

Rome Stefano Zumino has been in the front row for more than two hours. The 75-year-old wants to see Giorgia Meloni up close when she takes the stage at a campaign event in Genoa.

Meloni, that is the new hope of Italy's right – and also those of Zumino. "I've always voted for the right," says the pensioner, holding a flag from Meloni's Fratelli d'Italia (FDI) party. He used to vote for Silvio Berlusconi, later for the right-wing Lega, now he wants to vote for Meloni.

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