The the case of the Lega Nord, I'll concede they are certainly more close to the Christian Democrat fascist faction than anyone else in Italian politics. However, even there, the ideology they are pushing is so inherently contradictory, I'm hesistant to give it any label beyond "regionalist".
It's certainly xenophobic and culturally conservative. Yet at the same time, cities under Lega Nord mayors have shown better efforts at social intergration of immigrant populations than any other, and the Lega Nord seem to have no particular racial issues - the first black Italian mayor belonged to their party.
There are powerful libertarian, liberal and socialist factions within the party too, which would not be the case if it was a purely fascist outfit.