Forza Italia leader Silvio Berlusconi urged voters to «bring their aunties to vote» in the upcoming elections, during a unitary demonstration with the other centre-right coalition party leaders in Rome on Thursday. Berlusconi was joined on the stage of the Temple of Adrian by Lega Nord leader Matteo Salvini and Fratelli d'Italia leader Giorgia Meloni. «From the moment in which we will be... Еще majority and government, we guarantee you that our loyalty will be absolute and we will be a single force of aggression against all the bad that has been brought by the left in our country,» Berlusconi told the audience. Three-time former Prime Minister Berlusconi accused migrants in Italy of provoking «a perception of insecurity on behalf of all Italians which is the highest even when compared to the years after the last World War.» Lega Nord leader Matteo Salvini was confident that «in one week there will be a centre-right government, and Renzi and Di Maio will be distant memories.» Stressing an Italy-first approach, Salvini said «in Europe someone needs guarantees. We are going to govern to do the exact opposite. Someone says 'more Europe,' I say 'more Italy.'» Fratelli d'Italia leader Giorgia Meloni warned that «either the centre-right coalition makes it, either we attain the majority, or it will be chaos.» Polls suggest Berlusconi's coalition is the most likely to secure a majority in the upcoming March 4 general elections.