Serhat TUNAR -TDO - The alliance of the far right parties won the local parliamentary elections in the Basilicata region in southern Italy. Following the voting process, the supremacy of the left-wing parties in the regional administration was over. After the announcement of the election results, Minister of Interior Salvini made a statement on his social media account and claimed that they would change Europe.
The regional parliamentary elections held on Sunday in Basilicata was won by the alliance of the right-wing parties, which took 42 per cent of the vote, and broke the left-wing party hegemony of more than 20 years in the region.
Vito Bardi, the presidential candidate for the Basilicata regional administration of the alliance of extremist right-wing League Party and center-right party Forza Italy, said that in the first evaluation he received, an important victory was won and that they would change Basilicata.