Italians on Saturday braced for seismic change, on the eve of an election forecast to hand Italy the most right-wing government since World War II.
Right-wing parties have put immigration at the centre of their campaign ahead of the coming election. But beyond the political rhetoric, how many migrants really come every year, and what does this mean for Italy?
As Italy's far-right bloc looks set to win the upcoming elections, tension between coalition leaders Giorgia Meloni and Matteo Salvini raise doubts over the stability of the likely next government.
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