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The favorite of the polls to preside over the Italian council of ministers after the September 25 elections is a politician born in Rome 45 years ago who was a member of the youth of the Italian Social Movement, a party born under the shadow of post-fascism. More than two decades later, Meloni is about to complete a journey that has taken her from breaking with that past to the reactionary current symbolized by, among others, former Trump adviser Steve Bannon, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán , or the leader of Vox, Santiago Abascal. That cocktail and the inheritance of the vote for Berlusconi, under whose government she became a minister at the age of 31, partly explain her brilliant rise, which has forced her to dress moderately in the face of the vertigo of finally taking command of Italy. Michele Testoni, Public Agenda analyst and associate professor of International Relations at the School of Global and Public Affairs at IE University, and Daniel Verdú, correspondent for EL PAÍS in Rome, examine the phenomenon of the leader of the Brothers of Italy.

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