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Giorgia Meloni (born January 15, 1977) is an Italian politician and journalist. A member of the Chamber of Deputies in Italy since 2006, she has led the Brothers of Italy (FdI) political party since 2014, and has been the president of the European Conservatives and Reformists Party since 2020. After her party received the most votes in the 2022 Italian general election, Meloni is expected to become the next Prime Minister of Italy – the first woman to serve in the position.

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In 1992, Meloni joined the Youth Front, the youth wing of the Italian Social Movement (MSI), a neo-fascist political party founded in 1946 by former followers of Italian fascist dictator Benito Mussolini. She later became the national leader of Student Action, the student movement of the National Alliance (AN), a post-fascist party that became the MSI’s legal successor in 1995 and moved towards national conservatism. She was a councillor of the Province of Rome from 1998 to 2002, after which she became the president of Youth Action, the youth wing of AN. In 2008, she was appointed Minister of Youth in the Berlusconi IV Cabinet, a role which she held until 2011. In 2012, she co-founded FdI, a legal successor to AN, and became its president in 2014. She unsuccessfully took part in the 2014 European Parliament election and the 2016 Rome municipal election. After the 2018 Italian general election, she led FdI in opposition during the entire 18th Italian legislature, letting FdI grow its popularity in opinion polls, particularly during the management of the COVID-19 pandemic in Italy by the Draghi Cabinet, a national unity government to which FdI was the only opposition party.

A right-wing populist and Italian nationalist, her political positions have been described as far right, which she rejects as a label to describe her views. She describes herself as a Catholic Christian and a conservative, and says she defends “God, fatherland, and family”. She is opposed to abortion, euthanasia, and marriage and parenting by same-sex couples, saying that nuclear families are exclusively headed by male–female pairs. Meloni’s discourse includes criticism of globalism and femonationalist rhetoric. Opposed to non-Christian migrants and multiculturalism, she supports a naval blockade to halt immigration, and has been accused of xenophobia and Islamophobia; Meloni has blamed neo-colonialism as a cause behind the European migrant crisis. A supporter of NATO and a critic of China, she maintains Eurosceptic views regarding the European Union, which she describes as Eurorealist, and was in favour of better relations with Russia before the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine, which she condemned, pledging to keep sending arms to Ukraine.

Meloni has expressed controversial views, such as praising Mussolini when she was 19. In 2020, she praised Giorgio Almirante, a civil minister in Mussolini’s Italian Social Republic who produced racist propaganda and co-founded the MSI. Nevertheless, Meloni has said that she and her party condemn both the suppression of democracy and the introduction of the Italian racial laws by the fascist regime.

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