They want a new Europe. Meloni, Kaczyński, Le Pen and Orban
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– What is being born before our eyes is a new political wave that is going through Europe and which will change it – says Enrico Buscema, journalist and correspondent of Italian media in Poland in “Rozmowy Polskie-niepolskie”. – For Meloni, the head of Fratelli d’Italia, the PiS president is an important partner – he adds.
Buscema, who was born in Sicily, came to Poland in the early 1990s … and stayed. He had time to learn Polish, get to know Poles and Poland, which since then – as he says – has changed beyond recognition.
He is a conservative. He does not hide his political sympathies. He will vote for the party of Giorgi Meloni, which criticizes the European Union, opposes same-sex marriage and does not hide her sympathy for the president of Russia. “Putin is being demonized in Europe,” Buscema says when we ask him about the Kremlin’s actions against the opposition, LGBT people and independent media.
Jacek Tacik: What are you writing about now?
Enrico Buscema: I am working on a large text about the cooperation of the Italian party Fratelli d’Italia with Law and Justice.
The declaration was signed by about ten political groups from Europe: also the Hungarian Fidesz by Wiktor Orban, the French National Union Marine Le Pen, the Italian Matteo Salvini League and the Spanish Vox Santiago Abascala.
I am focusing on Jarosław Kaczyński’s relations with Giorgia Meloni, the head of Fratelli d’Italia.
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