(Worthy News) - As polls closed at 11pm local time (10pm GMT) on Sunday, the populist and anti-establishment party looked set to win with 32.5% of the vote in the lower house.
It was also looking likely to have 33% of votes in the upper house Senate, making it the largest single party there by a large margin.
Five-Star deputy Alessandro Di Battista described the results as a "triumph", adding: "This is a real moment of glory. [ Source: Sky News (Read More...) ]
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