Fireband social conservative Giorgia Meloni became Italy’s first-ever female prime minister on Friday following the approval from Italian President Sergio Mattarella to form Italy’s next government.
Giorgia Meloni made history on Friday following a huge election win last month for her party, the Brothers of Italy (FdI).
Meloni will be sworn in as prime minister at 10 a.m. on Saturday and has already announced who will take the positions in Italy’s various ministries as of Friday evening, the newspaper Il Giornale reported.
Meloni’s coalition allies – populist League leader Matteo Salvini, along with former European Parliament President and Forza Italia member Antonio Tajani – will become joint deputy prime ministers and will each head up their own government ministry.
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