in Addition to the host Matteo Salvini, who is also the leader of the Italian northern league were France's Marine Le Pen in place along the Netherlands ' Geert Wilders, who leads the party for freedom (PVV). It was also the one who spoke the longest. Shorter post came from Anders Vistisen for Dansk Folkeparti and of the True finns Laura Huhtasaari.
" We see today that we are exposed to a wild globalisation without rules and which only creates the unemployed slaves who sell skräpprodukter. We are the victims of a free and open market, which destroy our industries, " said Marine Le Pen.
Also Matteo Salvini chose to take up issues like unemployment.
" We are standing up for the good policies. The extremists are not. It is they who have reigned for 20 years and only created temporary jobs. They have only created poverty in our country, " said Salvini with the address of the previous ruling party, the Democrats.
in Milan know how important religion is in the diocese of Milan, with 5.5 million inhabitants, of which 90 percent are baptized. He chose, therefore, to quote the words of John Paul II on the day when he is the very popular pope would have reached the age of 99 years.
" He spoke about a Europe of fraternity and solidarity. But he never talked about that Turkey would be a part of Europe which it never will be, emphasized, Matteo Salvini.
This time the encounter Salvini on the other open opposition. The city is full of banners placed on roofs and balconies: ”This is no stranger”, ”Salvini hate – Milan loves”, ”Ports and hearts will be open” and ”Milan is antifascistiskt” are some of the messages.
Fascism has once again come up in the political debate. Especially after a group of Lazio's far-right supporters recently managed to unfold a huge banner that openly praised Mussolini in the center of Milan.
the Salvini is not a fascist, but he is playing with fire. His political statements legitimizes in any way the return of the day. "Then you know not where it may end," says the journalist Beppe Severgnini, who has worked for decades on the Corriere della Sera in Milan to the DN.
a telecom company in Milan. He thinks that Italy is in a difficult period of the country's history:
– today we meet a new generation who wants to talk about fascism and bring it to what looks like an altar. But we must remember that these are people who have never experienced fascism and who do not know our country's history.
"They want to write about the story in a non-correct way, and that is something I cannot accept," said Antonio Rettura. Salvini hoped that 100,000 people would come to the square in front of the cathedral.
the Square was filled during the meeting, but it was on Saturday night no data on how many people gathered there. Police säkerhetspådrag was massive.