|Umbria president-elect, Donatella Tesei, with Matteo Salvini|
DAILYKENN.com -- A patriotic coalition has liberated Umbria, Italy after fifty years of far-left dominance. The coalition was led by Italy's former interior minister Matteo Salvini during recent elections in Umbria, a region in the heart of Italy.
Salvini was ousted from his position as interior minister by the far left in August. Globalists were frustrated by Salvini's resistance to the ongoing third-world invasion by "refugees."
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Donatella Tesei of [Salvini's League political party] was elected president of Umbria after capturing 57% of the vote on Sunday, backed by the smaller far-right party Brothers of Italy and Silvio Berlusconi’s Forza Italia.
The result means the M5S and PD alliance has stumbled in its first electoral test, with the joint candidate, Vincenzo Bianconi, who was also backed by other leftwing and green groups, taking 37% of the vote.
Elections in Umbria, a hilly region with a population of about 900,000, were brought forward by a year after Catiuscia Marini of the PD was forced to resign as president in April amid an investigation into the manipulation of entrance exams for staff at a hospital in Perugia.
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