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    “Images that speak for themselves”: Salvini mocks Macron booed at Stade de France and praises Le Pen

    The former Italian Minister of the Interior, federal secretary of the League, displayed on X his support for the president of the RN group in the National Assembly, his political ally.

    “Images that speak for themselves.” The Vice-President of the Council of Ministers Matteo Salvini once again showed his support in his own way for Marine Le Pen, head of the National Rally deputies in the Assembly.

    In a video montage posted on the social network The former candidate for the presidential elections of 2012, 2017 and 2022 is filmed on stage, receiving a standing ovation at Matteo Salvini’s League party.

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    Then comes another video extract: that of Emmanuel Macron copiously booed during the opening ceremony of the Rugby World Cup at the Stade de France in Paris. Cheers on one side, whistles on the other… The staging clearly highlights the former president of the National Rally facing the President of the Republic, here in difficulty.

    “All life with Marine Le Pen”

    “If I had to choose, I would have no doubt: NEVER with Macron, all life with Marine Le Pen,” wrote Matteo Salvini with his video montage.

    The spat occurs in a tense context between Italy and the European Union, including France in particular. Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin arrived in Rome where he discussed with his Italian counterpart the arrival of migrants in Lampedusa.

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    At the same time, the Italian government approved this Monday measures to combat the migration crisis on its soil, in particular by extending the maximum period of detention of irregular immigrants from 135 days to 18 months. This measure must still be voted on in the Italian parliament.

    Hugues Garnier Journalist BFMTV

    Source: BFM TV

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