Fratelli d’Italia, leader of the Nationalist Party, won the general election on 25 September.
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It’s official. After winning the general elections on 25 September, Giorgia Meloni was appointed President of the Council of Italy on Friday 21 October. Chairman of Nationalist party Fratelli d’Italia Leading the coalition with Matteo Salvini’s League and Silvio’s Forza Italia party Berlusconi.
45-year-old Romain, who managed “ghost” Mussolini was summoned to the Quirinal Palace in the afternoon by President Sergio Mattarella, his party coming to power exactly a century after. He has absolute majorities in both the House of Representatives and the Senate, along with his coalition partners Matteo Salvini, the populist leader of the Anti-Migrant League, and Silvio Berlusconi, the fallen leader of Forza Italia.
The new president of the council The composition of his government was presented following his appointment on Saturday morning under the gold of the Quirinal Palace in the presence of President Sergio Mattarella.
The list of ministers reflects his willingness to reassure Rome’s allies. Former European Parliament president Antonio Tajani, a member of Forza Italia, was appointed to the foreign ministry, and Giancarlo Giorgetti, a representative of the League’s moderate wing, is already a minister in the outgoing Mario Draghi government. economy.
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