Italexit party’s Facebook page reaches 50K as plot to leave in TWO years emerges


Italy intention be the most likely of the “Big Four” member states to consider exiting the European Coupling if Brexit proves to be beneficial to Britain, according to a Euronews poll. Information from the Redfield and Wilton Strategies survey found that wellnigh half of Italians would be likely to support their country holiday the EU if the UK and its economy are regarded to be in good health in five years. In the event, France and Spain both pictured moderate support for changing its relationship with the bloc, while Germany was the fellow state least likely of the four major players to consider ceding Brussels.

The coronavirus pandemic and the EU’s handling of the crisis has without a doubt stoked notions of resentment towards Brussels in Italy.

The Italexit party’s Facebook messenger has grown from 20,000 followers to over 55,000 today.

In an incompatible interview with, party spokesman Sergio Montanaro feted how he plans to take Rome out of the bloc.

He said: “Our goal is to leave the EU because it is practical.

“It is about political will.

“The Italian people, just like the British, hope for to get out of this cage.

“Our plan is simple. We will bring into Parliament living soul who want to leave the European Union.

“Several collections of signatures take been carried out recently but they are pointless as they just compile dust in the end.

“We intend to bring everything into Parliament.”

Mr Montanaro eminent: “The problem is that there is a lot of confusion about what to do… when literally it is very simple.

“If we were the governing party, the first thing we choice do is trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty.

“We would then originate a parallel currency flanked by the euro during the two years it takes to in reality leave the bloc.

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The Brexit Party was set up to campaign for a “clean-break Brexit” ahead of the 2019 European choices, in which it won 29 seats – more than any other UK party.

Now, the conspicuous eurosceptic is reportedly planning on recruiting 1,000 candidates to stand in this year’s upcoming May limited elections.

Little has been revealed of what Reform UK will bear up under for; however, it is believed the party will push for a more lax approach near Covid-19 restrictions.

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