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On 25 September 2022 Italians voted for a new Chamber of Deputies and the Senate. The centre-right coalition won with an absolute majority in both Houses.This is the first time in Italian history that a woman has been the Head of the Government.

On 25 September 2022 Italians voted for a new Chamber of Deputies and the Senate. The centre-right coalition won with an absolute majority in both Houses.This is the first time in Italian history that a woman has been the Head of the Government.

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THE MELONI GOVERNMENT

  1. 1. THE MELONI GOVERNMENT November 2022
  2. 2. THE ELECTIONS On 25 September 2022 Italians voted for a new Chamber of Deputies and the Senate. For the very first time, even 18-year-olds could vote for the Senate (Constitutional Law n. 1/2021 lowering the voting age from 25 to 18 in Senate elections). The centre-right coalition won with an absolute majority in both Houses. Brothers of Italy, led by Giorgia Meloni, came out ahead with 26% of the votes.
  3. 3. THE MELONI GOVERNMENT President of the Republic Sergio Mattarella began talks to form a new government and the following day appointed Giorgia Meloni as Prime Minister. 22 OCTOBER 20 OCTOBER 25 OCTOBER Meloni and her ministers were sworn in before the President of the Republic. The new government won the vote of confidence in the Chamber of Deputies with a large majority (235 in favour, 154 against, 5 abstained) and the next day in the Senate (115 in favour, 79 against and 5 abstained).
  4. 4. WHO ARE THE NEW MINISTERS? There are 25 new Ministers: 10 from Brothers of Italy, 5 from the League, 5 from Forza Italia and 5 ‘technocrats’ Many of them, including Prime Minister Meloni, have already held government office or have experience in Parliament. An experience that, in some ways, is reflected in the average age of the new government: 60 years old. This is the first time in Italian history that a woman has been the Head of the Government. However, in the new executive, only 7 out of 25 ministers are women.
  5. 5. THE PRIME MINISTER
  6. 6. GIORGIA MELONI She started her political career at the tender age of 15. In 1996 she became the national leader of Student Action, the youth movement of the National Alliance. At 21 she became Councillor to the Province of Rome. At 29 she was elected to the Chamber of Deputies for the first time. At 31 she was appointed Minister for Youth Policies, making her the youngest minister in the history of the Republic. In 2012 she founded her party, Brothers of Italy. In 2016 she ran for Mayor of Rome, interestingly, while she was pregnant with her daughter Ginevra. She is a journalist and a writer. She adores the J.R.R. Tolkien series ‘The Lord of the Rings’. She was born in Rome on 15 January 1977.
  7. 7. THE MINISTERS
  8. 8. MATTEO SALVINI (THE LEAGUE) He is the Minister of Infrastructure and Transport and the Deputy Prime Minister. In 2018-2019 during the first Conte government, he was the Deputy Prime Minister and the Minister of the Interior. He has been the Federal Secretary of the League since 2013. He began his career in politics in 1993 when he was elected Milan City Councillor. He has been elected to the European Parliament three times (2004-2006, then for two consecutive terms from 2009 to 2018). He is wildly popular on social media, with over 4.5 million followers on Facebook and over 2 million on Instagram. He is a huge fan of the Milan football club. He was born in Milan on 9 March 1973.
  9. 9. ANTONIO TAJANI (FORZA ITALIA) He is the Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and the Deputy Prime Minister. He is the co-founder of Forza Italia and in 2021 became the party’s National Coordinator. Since his election to the European Parliament in 1994, he has spent over 20 years of his political career inside the EU institutions. He was the European Commissioner for Transport (2008), European Commissioner for Industry, Vice President of the European Commission (2010) and President of the European Parliament (2017). He was born in Rome on 4 August 1953 and lived in France for five years as a child when his father was an army officer stationed in a NATO command. He speaks French, English and Spanish.
  10. 10. MATTEO PIANTEDOSI He is the Minister of the Interior. Formerly the Prefect of Rome (2020-2022), in 1989 he began his career in the civil administration of the Ministry of the Interior. He has served as Head of Cabinet for the Bologna Prefect, Vice Prefect (2007), the Prefect of Bologna (2017) and the Prefect of Lodi (2011). He was the Deputy Head of Cabinet for Interior Minister Annamaria Cancellieri (2021) and the Head of Cabinet for Interior Minister Salvini (2018-2019) and Minister Luciana Lamorgese (2019-2020). He is a fan of Italian singer-songwriter Pino Daniele, a cycling enthusiast and an avid reader of books by Gabriel Garcia Márquez. He was born in Naples on 20 April 1963 but grew up in the Province of Avellino.
  11. 11. CARLO NORDIO (BROTHERS OF ITALY) He is the Minister of Justice. Until 2017, he was a judge and in the ‘80s conducted investigations into The Red Brigades and in the ‘90s into the so-called ‘Tangentopoli’ (often translated as ‘Bribesville’) system of Italian political corruption. In 2022 he was elected to the Chamber of Deputies on the Brothers of Italy list. During the 2022 elections for the President of the Republic, he was one of the candidates proposed by the centre-right. He is passionate about history and literature and has written two novels set during World War II. His favourite politician is Winston Churchill. He was born in Treviso on 6 February 1947.
  12. 12. GUIDO CROSETTO (BROTHERS OF ITALY) He is the Minister of Defence. He is an entrepreneur and since 2014 has served as President of the Italian Federation of Aerospace Companies (AIAD) and since 2020 of Orizzonte Sistemi Navali, a joint venture between Fincantieri and Leonardo for high-tech systems for military ships. From 1990 to 2004 he was Mayor of Marene, his hometown and from 1999 to 2009 served as Councillor to the Cuneo Province. He was first a member of centrist Christian Democracy (DC) then switched to Forza Italia. He was elected to the Chamber of Deputies in 2001, 2006 and 2008. From 2008 to 2011 he was Undersecretary of Defence for the fourth Berlusconi government. He is one of the founders of Brothers of Italy. He was born in Cuneo on 19 September 1963. People call him the “Gentle Giant” and the “Great Mediator”.
  13. 13. GIANCARLO GIORGETTI (LEAGUE) He is the Minister of Economy and Finance. Federal Deputy Secretary of the League, from 2002 to 2012 Giorgetti was the secretary of the Lombard League. He served as President of the Budget Committee for the Chamber of Deputies for two legislatures (2001- 2006/2008-2013). During the first Conte government, he served as Secretary of the Council of Ministers and during the Draghi government (2021-2022) as the Minister of Economic Development. His political activism began in the ‘80s with the Youth Front. He later joined Umberto Bossi’s Lombard League in the ‘90s. From 1995 to 2004 he was Mayor of Cazzago Brabbia (Varese), his hometown. He is passionate about football and a fan of Southampton and the Varese football club. He was born on 16 December 1966.
  14. 14. ADOLFO URSO (BROTHERS OF ITALY) He is the Minister of Enterprises and Made in Italy. He served as a MP for five legislatures, from 1994 to 2013. He was one of the founders of the National Alliance and later of the People of Freedom. In 2013 he joined Brothers of Italy. From 2001 to 2006 (second Berlusconi government) and from 2009-2010 (fourth Berlusconi government) he served as Deputy Minister of Economic Development. In 2018 he was elected to the Senate on the Brothers of Italy list. In 2021 he was elected President of the Joint Committee for the Security of the Republic (COPASIR). He was born in Padua on 12 July 1957. He is the author of ‘Euroglobal: Freedom, Identity, Integration’ (2003), a book about globalisation based on his direct experience ‘in the field’.
  15. 15. FRANCESCO LOLLOBRIGIDA (BROTHERS OF ITALY) He is the Minister of Agriculture, Food Sovereignty and Forests. His political activism began with the Youth Front, then continued later with Youth Action, where he met Giorgia Meloni. He is one of Meloni’s most trusted collaborators. From 2006 to 2010 he served as Regional Councillor to the Lazio Region and from 2010 to 2013 as Regional Minsiter of Mobility and Transport for the Lazio Region. In 2018 he was elected to the Chamber of Deputies for the first time and is the group leader of Brothers of Italy. He is a huge Lazio football fan and even founded a Lazio Fan Club within the Chamber of Deputies. He is married to Arianna Meloni, Giorgia’s older sister and is the grandnephew of Italian actress Gina Lollobrigida. He was born in Tivoli (Municipality of Rome) on 21 March 1972.
  16. 16. GILBERTO PICHETTO FRATIN (FORZA ITALIA) He is the Minister of the Environment and Energy Security. His got his start in politics in the ‘80s, when he held various municipal and regional offices in the Piedmont. In 2008 he was elected to the Senate for the first time and then returned in 2018. In 2021 he was appointed Deputy Minister of Economic Development. An accountant and Juventus football fan, during the Draghi government he liaised with entrepreneurs and trade groups. Which ones? The beach concessionaires during the tug of war over the Competition Bill, for example. He was born in Veglio (Biella) on 4 January 1954.
  17. 17. MARINA CALDERONE She is the Minister of Labour and Social Policy. Since 2005 she has been President of the National Council of the Order of Labour Consultants. From 2014 to 2020 she was on the Board of Leonardo SpA. In 2019 she was one of the candidates for President of the National Institute for Social Security (INPS), proposed by the League. She is the author of the book ‘Ten Work Ideas for Our Children’ (2012). She was born in Bonorva (Sassari) on 30 July 1965.
  18. 18. GIUSEPPE VALDITARA (LEAGUE) He is the Minister of Education and Merit. He is a Professor of Private and Public Law at the University of Turin. He has been elected to the Senate three times, in 2001, 2006 and 2008. In 2005 he was invited by the People’s Republic of China as a legal expert to draft the Chinese law on non-contractual liability. He was born in Milan on 12 January 1961.
  19. 19. ANNA MARIA BERNINI (FORZA ITALIA) She is the Minister of Universities and Research. Bernini got her start in politics in the National Alliance. In 2007 she helped found the thinktank FareFuturo (literally, Make the Future). Then she joined the People of Freedom and, finally, Forza Italia, where she has served as Deputy National Coordinator since 2021. In 2008 she was elected to the Chamber of Deputies for the first time, and in 2011 Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi appointed her Minister of EU Affairs. In 2013 and 2018 she was elected to the Senate. A lawyer and professor of comparative public law, she was born in Bologna on 17 August 1965.
  20. 20. GENNARO SANGIULIANO He is the Minister of Culture. A journalist and writer, from 1996 to 2001 Sangiuliano was the director of the Naples daily newspaper ‘Roma’; from 2018 to 2022, the director of channel TG2 of the Italian state broadcaster RAI; and from 2009-2008 Vice-director of the daily newspaper ‘Libero’ and of RAI channel TG1. As a young man, he was a member of the Youth Front and from 1983 to 1987 served as Naples City Councillor for the right-wing Italian Social Movement (MSI) in the Soccavo constituency in Naples. He is passionate about contemporary history and has published biographies on historical figures of our time, from Putin to Trump to Hillary Clinton. He boasts a personal library of over 15,000 books. He was born in Naples on 6 June 1962.
  21. 21. ORAZIO SCHILLACI He is the Minister of Health. Since 2019 he has been Dean of the University of Tor Vergata in Rome after serving as Head of the Medical Faculty. A Professor of nuclear medicine, from 2006 to 2009 he was a member of the National Health Council. In 2020 he was appointed to the Scientific Committee of the National Institute of Health (ISS) and in the past served on numerous committees of the Ministry of Health and of the Lazio Region. His hobbies include reading and… football. He was born in Rome on 27 April 1966.
  22. 22. DANIELA SANTANCHÈ (BROTHERS OF ITALY) She is the Minister of Tourism. She began her political career by working with Ignazio La Russa (today the President of the Senate) in 1995 and joined the National Alliance. In 2001 she was elected to the Chamber of Deputies, then re-elected in 2006. In 2008 she ran in the political elections as the leader of the Right-Tricolor Flame, but the lists didn’t get the number of votes required for the quorum. From 2010 to 2011 (fourth Berlusconi government) she was Undersecretary of Programme Implementation. In 2013 she joined Forza Italia and, in 2017, Brothers of Italy. She was born in Cuneo on 7 April 1961.
  23. 23. ALFREDO MANTOVANO (BROTHERS OF ITALY) He is the Undersecretary to the Prime Minister’s Office with secretary functions. A judge and Member of the Italian High Court of Cassation until receiving his government appointment, in 1995 he was Head of the legislative office of the Ministry of Agriculture during the first Berlusconi government. He has been elected to Parliament various times: first with the National Alliance and then with the People of Freedom. In 2001 he served as Undersecretary of the Ministry of the Interior during the second Berlusconi government and served in the same capacity in 2008 during the fourth Berlusconi government. He has worked as a freelance journalist since 1984. He was born in Lecce on 14 January 1958.
  24. 24. LUCA CIRIANI (BROTHERS OF ITALY) He is the Minister for Parliamentary Relations. Ciriani was the youth director of the right-wing Italian Social Movement, then joined the National Alliance. In 1998, 2003 and 2008 he was a member of the Regional Executive Council of the Friuli Venezia Giulia Region. In 2018 he was elected to the Senate for the first time, then re-elected in 2022. He is considered one of Prime Minister Meloni’s right-hand men. What is his main distinguishing characteristic: his calmness. He was born in Pordenone on 26 January 1967.
  25. 25. PAOLO ZANGRILLO (FORZA ITALIA) He is the Minister of Public Administration. Head of human resources for important Italian companies such as Magneti Marelli, Fiat, Iveco and Acea, Zangrillo was elected to the Chamber of Deputies for the first time in 2018 and in 2022 to the Senate. He is the younger brother of Alberto Zangrillo, Silvio Berlusconi’s personal physician and president of the Genoa football club, which is also Minister Zangrillo’s favourite club. He was born in Genoa on 3 December 1961.
  26. 26. ROBERTO CALDEROLI (LEAGUE) He is the Minister of Regional Affiaris and Autonomies. From 2002 to 2020 he was the coordinator of the National Secretaries of the League. He has served as Vice President of the Senate four times (2001-2004, 2006-2008, 2013- 2018, 2018-2022). From 2004 to 2006 he was the Minister of Institutional Reform and from 2008 to 2011, the Minister of Better Regulation. He was first elected to Parliament in 1992. He knows the Senate rules like the back of his hand and when he was with the opposition, he declared: ‘I know the rules by heart, and when necessary, I use this to cause trouble for the majority.’ He was born in Bergamo on 18 April 1956.
  27. 27. SEBASTIANO MUSUMECI (BROTHERS OF ITALY) Aka Nello, he is the Minister for Sea Policies and the South. From 1994 to 2003 Musumeci was President of the Province of Catania and a member of the European Parliament (until 2009). In 2011 he served as Undersecretary to the Ministry of Labour and Social Policy. From 2017 to 2022 he was President of the Sicily Region. He got his start in politics at 15 in the ranks of Young Italy, the youth movement of the Italian Social Movement and served as provincial party secretary in 1997. He later joined the National Alliance but in 2005 left the party to found the Sicilian Alliance, a right-wing regional autonomy movement. He has worked as a freelance journalist since 1977. He was born in Militello in Val di Catania on 21 January 1955.
  28. 28. RAFFAELE FITTO (BROTHERS OF ITALY) He is the Minister for European Affairs, Cohesion Policies and the National Recovery and Resilience Plan. He began his political activism with the Christian Democrats (DC) and in 1990 was elected Regional Councillor for the Puglia Region. In 1999 he joined Forza Italia and was elected to the European Parliament. In 2000 he was elected President of the Puglia Region and is the youngest regional President in the history of the Italian Republic. Even his father, Salvatore, was President of Puglia in the ‘80s. He was born in Maglie (Lecce) on 28 August 1969.
  29. 29. ANDREA ABODI He is the Minister for Sports and Youth. A manager and journalist, from 2010-2017 he served as President of the National Association of Professional B League Football and Federal Councilor of the Italian Football Federation. He is President of the Sports Credit Institute and Vice President of the Giovanni Paolo II Sports Foundation. He was born in Rome on 7 March 1960.
  30. 30. EUGENIA MARIA ROCCELLA (BROTHERS OF ITALY) She is the Minister for the Family, Birth Rate and Equal Opportunities. Roccella is a journalist who at 18 began her political activism by joining the Women’s Liberation Movement. After taking a long break from politics, in 2008 she was elected to the Chamber of Deputies on the list of the People of Freedom for Forza Italia. From 2009 to 2011 she was Undersecretary of Health. She was re-elected in 2013 and joined the New Centre Left. She is the founder of There’s Only One Mother, an organisation against surrogacy. She was born in Bologna on 15 November 1953.
  31. 31. MARIA ELISABETTA ALBERTI CASELLATI (FORZA ITALIA) She is the Minister for Institutional Reform. From 2018 to 2022 she served as President of the Senate. She has been an activist in Forza Italia since its founding and was elected to the Senate in 1994, 2001 and 2018. From 2004 to 2006 she was Undersecretary of Health and from 2008 to 2011 Undersecretary of Justice. In 2014 she was elected as a layperson to serve on the High Council of the Judiciary, an office she held until 2018. Casellati is a marriage attorney. She was born in Rovigo on 12 August 1946.
  32. 32. ALESSANDRA LOCATELLI (LEAGUE) She is the Minister of Disabilities. In July 2019 for a few weeks, she served as the Minister for the Family and Disabilities during the first Conte government. In January 2021 she took office as Councillor for Families, Social Solidarity, Disabilities and Equal Opportunities for the Lombardy Region. In 2017 she was elected to the Como City Council and then appointed Deputy Mayor. She was elected to the Chamber of Deputies in 2018 and until 2021 was a member of the XII Committee (Social Affairs and Health). Locatelli holds a degree in sociology and is a specialised educator in caring for the mentally disabled. She has worked as a volunteer in Africa. She was born in Como on 24 September 1976.
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