Rome (IP) - With the end of the election campaign in Italy, the people of the country will go to the polls on Sunday.

Iran PressEurope: The latest opinion polls about the Italian parliamentary elections show that the right-wing parties have a great chance of winning these elections.

Giorgia Meloni, the leader of the far-right party Fratelli d'Italia (Brothers of Italy), is expected to win the election and become the country's first female prime minister.

The right-wing parties in Italy include the far-right Fratelli Italia led by Meloni, Forza Italia led by the former prime minister and the leader of the center-right party Silvio Berlusconi, and the far-right LEGA party led by Matteo Salvini with some minor parties.

An Italian who was at the right-wing election conference told IranPress in Rome: I hope that when the right-wing wins the election and forms a government, it will strengthen the security of the citizens and the police force.

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Meanwhile, the center-left faction in Italy has warned the people that the victory of the right-wing parties in this election will mean the separation of Italy from the European Union.

The Italian center-right and center-left are on the same page on supporting NATO, support for Ukraine, and opposing the increase in electricity and gas costs, but strongly disagree on how to connect with the European Union, continue the comprehensive program of reforms, and economic resistance, employment, and basic income, as well as immigration.

At the same time, some European politicians, especially Germans, express concern about the possible victory of the far-right alliance that has united with Berlusconi and consider it a ground for the defeat of the anti-Putin coalition in Europe.

According to polls, nearly 40 percent of eligible voters in Italy are still undecided.

The Italian political system is bicameral and comprises the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate So, in the general elections, voters must choose representatives for the Italian Senate and Chamber of Deputies.

After the parliamentary elections, the prime minister is appointed by the Italian president from the same faction and with the parties' agreement.


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