Giorgia Meloni’s government took over from President Sergio Mattarelli the day before the formation of a new government, and was sworn in on Saturday at the Presidential Palace in Rome. She is the first female Prime Minister in Italy’s history. Meloni – His cabinet was installed less than a month after parliamentary elections won by a center-right coalition led by the Italian Brothers group.
Georgia MeloneyLeader of the Brothers Party Italians, formed by the government along with centre-right allies that won parliamentary elections in September. They are Liga and Forza Italia. The government was sworn in at 10.00 am on Saturday. Meloni was sworn in as the first female Prime Minister in the history of Italy.
On Sunday, outgoing Prime Minister Mario Draghi will hand over the reins to Giorgia Meloni. It is a symbolic ceremony during which the former prime minister hands over the bell to his successor. The first government meeting will also be held.
A vote of confidence in the government will be held in both houses of Parliament next week.
Ministers in Maloney’s Government
The composition of the cabinet was not without friction within the winning coalition, media reported. A critical note by Meloni’s former prime minister, Silvio Berlusconi.
Meloni arrived at the Presidential Palace on Friday afternoon with a prepared list of ministers for his future government. It announced the formation after a meeting with President Sergio Mattarella, who officially entrusted him with the task of forming a government.
In total, nine ministries were assigned to politicians from the Italian Brothers party, and five to Liga and Forza Italia. Along with Prime Minister Maloney, the Cabinet consists of six women.
Deputy Prime Minister And Minister of Infrastructure He will be the president of the association Matteo Salvini. He returns to power after three years. Earlier, he was Deputy Prime Minister and Home Minister for a year.
Second Deputy Prime Minister And Foreign Minister I will stay Antonio Tajani From Forza Italia, former President of the European Parliament. Ministry of Defence They will drive Guido CrocetoOne of the founders of the lovers of Italy.
Giancarlo Giorgetti (League) will be Economic Minister. for the post home Minister proposed Matteo Piandedosi (Non-Party), current head of state of Rome.
A centre-right government will also include one MEP Rafael Fito as Minister for European AffairsDr. and Rector of the Roman University Tor Vegata – Horacio Schillaci as Minister of Health.
Ministry of Family Affairs, Birth Rate and Equal Opportunities guide Eugenia Maria Rosella. Minister of Regional Policy will be Roberto Calderoli From the association, A Justice Minister – Former Trial Judge and Advocate Carlo Nordio.
There will be something new Ministry of Commercial AffairsHe will lead Adolfo Urso, former Deputy Minister for Economic Affairs. New Ministry of Environment and Energy Conservation guide Paolo ZangrilloMP and Manager.
Daniel Santange will be Tourism MinisterA Francesco Lolloprigida – Minister of Agriculture and Food Sovereignty.
Former President of the Senate Elisabetta Casellatti will be Minister of Reforms.
Department of Culture The journalist will direct Gennaro Sangiuliano, Education – Giuseppe ValditaraPolitician and University Lecturer.
It will also rise Ministry of Marine and Country South with Nello Musumesim Headed by – Former President of the Regional Authorities of Sicily.
A month after the election
President Sergio Mattarella noted that the government was formed less than a month after the election. – It is necessary for the government to fully exercise its powers, taking into account the internal and external conditions and act quickly – the Head of State explained.
Who is Georgia Meloney?
Georgia Meloni was born on January 15, 1977 in Rome. At the age of 29, he was elected to the House of Representatives from the list of the right-wing National Alliance, and in 2006–2008 he was the Deputy Speaker of the Lower House of Parliament.
In 2008, aged 31, he became Minister of Youth in Silvio Berlusconi’s government. He is the youngest minister in the history of the republic. He held this function until the fall of the cabinet in 2011.
He left the centre-right camp under Berlusconi and founded a new party in 2012. Since 2014, it has been called Fratelli di Italia (Italian Brothers), referring to the first words of the Italian national anthem. From the beginning of its operation, the formation was opposed by successive governments.
The group led by Meloni is believed to be the successor to the National Alliance, which emerged from the transformation of the neo-fascist Italian Social Movement (MSI) founded in 1946. In the parliamentary elections held on September 25 this year, his party won the highest number of votes – 26 percent.
“Italy holds its head up and is a full-fledged part of Europe and the Alliance”
Since 2020, this politician is the leader of the European Conservatives and Reformists Party. In the European Parliament, his group is in the same group as Law and Justice.
The future prime minister is described as a defender of national, conservative and Christian values. A few days ago, in a press release, he said: “I was, am, and will be sure of one thing. I intend to lead the government with a clear and unambiguous foreign policy. With its head up, Italy is a full-fledged part of Europe and the North Atlantic Alliance. “It will be a benchmark for his cabinet,” he insisted.
“An Italy in power with us will never be a weak link in the West, an unreliable country,” he added. He also declared that Italy would “increase its credibility and protect its interests”. “The first rule of a political government with a strong Italian mandate is to stick to the program voted for by its citizens,” he said.
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