No menu items!

Bolsonaro, Kast, Cabal, Milei – conservative leaders in Latin America celebrate Fratelli’s landslide victory in Italy

The victory of Giorgia Meloni in Sunday’s elections in Italy has brought a glimmer of hope to the defenders of freedom, national sovereignty, tradition, and the rule of law in Latin America.

Giorgia Meloni signed the Charter of Madrid, promoted by Fundación Disenso, a document denouncing that “the advance of communism is a serious threat to the prosperity and development of nations.”

(Meloni’s 2019 speech shows why mainstream is going nuts now)

The leader of the Fratelli d’Italia, who according to preliminary results was chosen as the candidate with the most votes to become the country’s prime minister, received congratulations from Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Chile, and other countries.

“Changing times,” tweeted Javier Milei from Argentina, who also shared a message recalling that Meloni is “a woman who is pro-life, who defends the family and economic freedom; who opposes the misery of communism and illegal immigration “.

“Italy’s new prime minister is God, country, and family. She is the first woman in this position in Italy. Success!” tweeted Eduardo Bolsonaro, a member of parliament and son of Brazil’s president.

José Antonio Kast, the former Chilean presidential candidate, also congratulated him. “The Italians have spoken loud and clear,” he said.

And Colombian Senator María Fernanda Cabal. “Congratulations, Giorgia Meloni, on your victory. Determination and coherence won,” she tweeted.

Cabal then sent a second message, saying that with Meloni’s victory “Italians have won, and the defense of the family, principles, and values (…), and the rejection of Agenda 2030.

“Common sense has won, and truth has won; long live Italy”.

After counting more than 90 percent of the votes – for both the Senate and the Chamber of Deputies – the Fratelli received 26.5 percent of the vote, followed by the Democratic Party of Enrico Letta with 19.4 percent and the 5-Star Movement of Giuseppe Conte in third place with 14.8 percent of the vote.

Matteo Salvini’s Lega received 9 percent and Silvio Berlusconi’s Forza Italia 8 percent.

So far, however, neither party has assessed the election results.

The right-wing bloc – consisting of Meloni, Salvini, and Berlusconi – won an absolute majority in both chambers with 44 percent, compared with 26 percent for the left.


Check out our other content