Meloni, Le Pen Flirt With Combining EU Far-right Forces

Analysts say a far-right surge might tempt the EPP grouping of European Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen to adopt their policies
Europe's far-right figureheads Marine Le Pen and Giorgia Meloni are hinting they could join forces following this summer's EU elections, after Le Pen's French party announced a break with its radical German ally AfD. The overtures presage a possible reconfiguration of nationalist parties' alliances after voters decide the next European Parliament in June 6-9 elections.
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