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Europe’s Far-right Vows Hard Line on Immigration, But Cracks Emerge Elsewhere

ROME, March 23 (Reuters) – European far-right parties met in Italy on Saturday vowing to curb immigration to the continent and to oppose a second five-year term for European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen.

The parties gathered in Rome, galvanised by polls suggesting nationalist and far right parties are likely to make strong gains in elections to the European Parliament in June.
But beyond agreement on toughening immigration rules, faultlines have become apparent in Europe’s far-right camp.

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