In Italy, the right-wing will come to power, after the victory in the elections that took place last Sunday. Georgia Meloni's Fratelli d'Italia triumphed convincingly.
However, her victory is viewed with skepticism, especially from Brussels, as the party she leads is considered extremist.
In a skype connection on the "Log" show, the Albanian lawyer in Italy, Ilenja Mëhilli, rejected these claims. She explained that Fratelli d'Italia is a right-wing and not far-right party and was in the Italian government until 2012.
"It is not the first time that the right-wing party has come to the government. It is a right-wing party and not an extreme right-wing one. In 2012, when the coalition fell from government. It was Meloni who created this party. Meloni from scratch managed to raise the party. He is one of the few who wants the good of Italy. It is not a far-right party because it is the same party that governed Italy until 2012.
In Italy there are still people who vote for the communist party. "Fratelli d'Italia is not extremist, " she said.
Ilenja Mëhilli, who is the sister of Sali Berisha's former spokesperson, Erla Mëhilli, further shows that she sympathizes with Georgia Meloni and even refused the invitation to Shkëlzen Berisha's wedding on Sunday just to vote for her.
"I met him in 1996. He was a person dedicated to changes in the movement. It is cultured and very nationalistic. I refused a wedding in Albania on Sunday because I voted for Melon", said Ilenja Mëhilli.