A woman with a strong feminine identity who knows how to assert her rights, who has prepared herself politically over the years and continuously, and who knows how to reach the core of society who sees in her the representation of the change that Italy needs.
Even though the party was formed in 2012, it faces the doubts of a part of the Italian population because it is considered ultra-right and embodies what Benito Mussolini was for Italy, this is what happens with the political movement. Fratelli d’Italia (Brothers of Italy) whose greatest exponent and party leader is Georgia Meloni, who has recently won in the national elections thus becoming Prime Minister of Italy, a role that until now had been performed only by men, she will be the first woman to rule Italy for the next five years.
Giorgia was born in 1977 in Rome, at the age of one her father left home to move to the Canary Islands and she, along with her sister and her mother, had to move to Garbatella, a working-class neighborhood in the south of Rome to be close to her grandparents. , from that moment contact between Giorgia and her father was very scarce, however, two weeks a year she went to visit him but at the age of 11, she noticed his lack of interest, so being only a girl she refused to have more contact with him.
Some call it a fascist due to its strong sense of nationalism and the fact that “Fratelli d’Italia” -the party it confused and represents- has its political roots in the extinct “Movimento Sociale Italiano“, a party that at the time emerged and it was reformed from the fascism represented by Mussolini, which in part for the most skeptical recalls the ravages of war and Nazism.
The area where she grew up is traditionally red (left), contrary to what Giorgia represents, who in 1992 at the age of 15 joined the youth group of the Movimento Sociale Italiano (MSI) party and later became student president of Alianza Nacional.
Her youth is marked by militancy in the radical right, but her humble origins make her a woman who knows how to balance the fascist origins of the extreme right parties and the current political system.
Giorgia studied journalism, is the mother of Ginevra (7 years old) and lives with the father of her daughter who works as a journalist.
Her political career has been on the rise, she was Vice President of the Chamber of Deputies from 2006 to 2008.
In 2008, during the fourth term of Silvio Berlusconi, she was appointed by him as Minister of Youth and Sports, becoming at that time, at 31 years old, the youngest person to hold that seat; and it is precise with Berlusconi and Matteo Salvini, former foreign minister, and leader of “La Liga”, a far-right party, with whom she wants to form a government with a parliamentary majority.
Giorgia is of the Catholic faith, values that she vehemently defends against Islamism, which is ever more present in her country and Europe, she defends the integrity of the family and rejects the ideological pressure originating from the LGBT movements, in addition to this she advocates closed borders and the need for measures to stop the continuous landings with illegal immigrants from North Africa, for this purpose it has proposed a naval blockade.
As for the current situation between Russia and Ukraine, she takes the parts of the latter.
Despite her accusations due to her hard and defined line and the political bases of her party, she reiterates that she is not a fascist.
Marco Marsilio, who knows her origins and has seen her grow as a person and as a politician, defines her as someone very capable of governing the country, a woman with a strong feminine identity who knows how to assert her rights, who has prepared herself politically through over the years and continuously, and who knows how to reach the core of society who see in her the representation of the change that Italy needs.