Democrat Letta: Fear plays role in Italy’s Brexit-like vote


              Democratic Party's leader Enrico Letta speaks during an interview with The Associated Press in Rome, Tuesday, Sep. 13, 2022. In opinion polls, former Premier Enrico Letta's Democratic Party is running neck-and-neck with the far-right Brothers of Italy party, which has neo-fascist roots and is led by Giorgia Meloni. Italians vote for a new Parliament on Sept. 25. (AP Photo/Domenico Stinellis)
            
              Democratic Party's leader Enrico Letta speaks during an interview with The Associated Press in Rome, Tuesday, Sep. 13, 2022. In opinion polls, former Premier Enrico Letta's Democratic Party is running neck-and-neck with the far-right Brothers of Italy party, which has neo-fascist roots and is led by Giorgia Meloni. Italians vote for a new Parliament on Sept. 25. (AP Photo/Domenico Stinellis)
            
              Democratic Party's leader Enrico Letta speaks during an interview with The Associated Press in Rome, Tuesday, Sep. 13, 2022. In opinion polls, former Premier Enrico Letta's Democratic Party is running neck-and-neck with the far-right Brothers of Italy party, which has neo-fascist roots and is led by Giorgia Meloni. Italians vote for a new Parliament on Sept. 25. (AP Photo/Domenico Stinellis)