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>> The Northern League once deride southern Italy as a crime-riddled, parasitic, wasteland. Now the far right party sees it as fertile ground for votes. Gianluca Cantalamessa is standing for the Northern League in Herculaneum in the shadow of Mount Vesuvius, in the March 4th election. He's open about the party's anti-immigrant stance.
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> Still it's pushed beyond it's northern strongholds. Led by outspoken leader Mateo Salvini, has clearly broadened the party's appeal.
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We need to turn something else, something new.>>
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