Italy's Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini launched his campaign to build a populist voting block in the EU, kicking off the initiative Monday by hosting a meeting with four like-minded European political parties. Fresh from discussions with Marine Le Pen of France's National Rally, Salvini is striving to bring together the largest anti-immigration and euroskeptic parties in the EU, believing the alliance "will be a great event for Europe for the next 30 years." The move reflects the general rise in popularity among sovereignist parties, and has the potential to make serious waves in the EU in the wake of the parliamentary elections in late May. Expressing a desire to bring about "radical change," Salvini claims to be interested in more than a change in EU leadership and says he wants to build a new Europe. "We can propose a new Europe because we have never governed (in Brussels). We are working for a new European dream. To many citizens and people today, the EU is a nightmare...
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