The Eurosceptic Lega party won key local elections against its coalition partner, the 5-Star Movement, in a regional in Abruzzo, a mountainous region in central Italy on February 10.
Lega, or League in English, took part in the Abruzzo poll as part of a coalition with its traditional arch-conservative allies - Forza Italia and the Brothers of Italia. According to official results, the centre-right candidate, Marco Marsilio, won 48% of the vote, with Lega supporters making up 28% of the votes c...
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