See, I live in Brazil, but I have a dual citizenship and with that, an Italian passport and right to vote in elections and referendums.
Yesterday I got the ballot in from the mail, and realised that I don't know the candidates and the parties in the race, so I tried to research online.
The problem is, I don't trust the media or mainstream information enough to make up my mind.
I want less immigration, and "Italy First", but I'm afraid of voting for fakes and traitors.
I'm also a huge gun supporter and trying my best to help my country get our gun rights back, so I'd hate to vote for an openly "european anti-gun party" and fuck the italians that already have some tight restrictions on firearms. The hard thing in this is, usually gun rights are not main talking points in europe, so there isn't a lot of information on this. As long as they don't fuck it up, I'm cool with it, though.
So, I was thinking about Lega Nord (North League), a "extreme right wing" party with "xenophobic views on immigration and islam", according to the midia, but they also seem to support the EU to some extent.
Fratelli d'Italia seems to be support dropping the Euro, a traditional family and the "Made in Italy" ideal, seems pretty nationalist an conservative, but I don't know enough, i'm not sure yet.
There's also the Movimento 5 Stelle, which seems to be a wildcard, supporting "green" and a decentralization of the government by making the people vote on issues digitally (which I don't have a lot of faith in, to be honest, but if it works as intended it could be a game changer), but they are not very clear on the whole illegal immigration and islam. They also support fag marriage, so that is a big red flag.
And last but not least, there is that Forza Italia, which in already a coalition with Lega Nord, Fratelli d'Italia and Noi con l'Italia, but just as the last one, they seem to be classified as centrists or center-right. There is also the the whole Berlusconi thing and all, but from the "right wing" parties they are the ones with the most intentions of vote (4th place, I think). They also support jus solis, which I am against.
Can you help me?