According to Matteo Salvini, the leader of Italy’s pro-government League party, monetary action against the EU is not “Nazism, but an expression of freedom”. Salvini wrote about the alliance with Hungary and Poland in an open letter published in Corriere della Sera newspaper on Thursday.
Matteo Salvini confirmed that Poland and Hungary are also in the league “The full member and criticism of the European Union is not a moving image of Nazism, but an expression of freedom and democracy due to the defeat of totalitarian regimes.”
The ruling party leader of the League wrote an open letter to the Corriere della Sera newspaper on Wednesday in response to an editorial on the relationship between the forces of the European right and populism. “Our allies against European rigidity” with the address.
Matteo Salvini believes that Italy’s largest daily newspaper is “detached from reality” when it writes about Nazism and Fascism about Poland and Hungary rather than unemployment, health maintenance, poverty, tax policy, education and justice, which employ Italians and Europeans.
“The Europe that I love is free and democratic (..) and a full member of this Europe, Hungary and its people, Poland and its people” – Matteo Salvini added.
Salvini noted that Viktor Orbán’s party had been a member of the European People’s Party (EPP) for many years.