Giorgia Meloni is officially the Prime Minister of Italy. She has been formally instructed by president Mattarella to form a government.

In eleven minutes, prime minister Giorgia Meloni and Italian president Mattarella were ready, this morning at the presidential palace in Rome. Meloni’s right-wing coalition had unanimously nominated her as prime minister and the president agreed, she said in the short press conference after the meeting with Mattarella. It was striking that only the future prime minister spoke, coalition partners Matteo Salvini and Silvio Berlusconi were silent in the small press room of the Quirinal.

While the opposition parties visited president Mattarella separately on Thursday, Meloni’s coalition presented itself as a whole on Friday. The only question is how strong the whole thing is: in recent weeks there have been quite a few cracks in the right-wing bastion.

Lega leader Matteo Salvini who claimed the Ministry of the Interior for himself, but was turned back by Giorgia Meloni; the Lega does not have much to want because of the big loss, she thinks. And Silvio Berlusconi who seems to have a hard time hiding the fact that he has to play second violin. His Forza Italia did not vote for the Fratelli d’italia candidate for the presidency of the Senate, and also Berlusconi wrote Too ostentatiously what he thought of Meloni, namely, ” wayward, stubborn, arrogant and insulting.” The note on his table in the Senate was photographed and caused a riot. Meloni responded angrily: “Berlusconi forgot one thing on his list: not blackmailing.”

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