A right wing alliancedirected by by Giorgia Meloni The Brothers of Italy party is expected to win a clear majority in the next parliament, according to exit polls.
If confirmed, it would give Italy its right-wing government since World War II and by Mussolini to reign.
State broadcaster RAI said the Conservative party bloc, which also includes by Matteo Salvini league and by Silvio Berlusconi The Forza Italia party, won between 41 and 45% in its exit poll.
This is sufficient to guarantee the control of both chambers of parliament.
If confirmed, the result would cap a remarkable rise for Ms Meloni, whose party won only 4 percent of the vote in 2018but this time it was expected that he would emerge as The biggest band in Italy on 22.5-26.5%.
As the leader of the largest party in the winning alliance, she is the obvious choice to become First female Prime Minister of Italy, but the transfer of power has traditionally been slow and it could take several weeks before the new government is sworn in.