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nationalist and fall right political parties from across the European Union trying to set up a new unified voting block in E. U. parliament this summit in Milan and they hope will set the stage before parliament's elections in may if successful they hope to have a major say in how the constant is run for the first time since the easy was formed to sixty years ago , we are working to bring work family safety environmental protection and the future for young people at the center of the debate , it's Elise deputy prime minister must yourself Vini organize the event finding unity among these disparate parties has been difficult in the past while they generally share anti immigration sentiments on other subjects such as social programs and economic policies they're often wide differences for example well those salvini is seen as a driving force in trying to forge alliances your sense of Germany party has previously denounced its lease big budget spending plans there were also two notable no shows is not known if Poland's ruling law and justice party all that tight ally Hungary's prime minister Viktor Orban a willing to join the group