Analysis: One year on Italian voters disappointed with Giorgia Meloni's three speed government
ROME -- A year ago Italy's right-wing coalition won the elections, allowing Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni to form a government, full of dreams and promises. It is evidently a three-speed government, based on the alliance between Ms Meloni's 'post-Fascist' Brothers of Italy, a rudderless Forza Italia after the death of its founder the media mogul Silvio Berlusconi, and the Northern League whose populist leader, self-styled Christian Matteo Salvini, finds it hard to conceal his jealousy of Ms Meloni's occupying Palazzo Chigi.
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