|President of Brothers of Italy - National Alliance|
March 8, 2014
|Italian Minister of Youth Policy|
May 8, 2008 – November 16, 2011
|Prime Minister||Silvio Berlusconi|
|Member of the
Italian Chamber of Deputies
April 21, 2006
|Vice President of the Italian Chamber of Deputies|
April 4, 2006 – April 28, 2008
15 January 1977 |
|Political party||Brothers of Italy|
|Alma mater||Amerigo Vespucci Institute|
|Religion||Christian (Roman Catholic)|
She is co-founder of the party Brothers of Italy ("Fratelli d'Italia") with Guido Crosetto and Ignazio La Russa, and on March 8, 2014, she was elected president of the party. She has been a member of the Chamber of Deputies of Italy since 2006.
Being active into politics since her teenage years, she earned a diploma from the former Amerigo Vespucci Institute in 1996.
In 1992, when she was 15, she started her political commitment in "Fronte della Gioventù", the youth section of Italian Social Movement. After she founded a student movement called "Gli Antenati", in 1995 she became a member of the National Alliance.
In 1996, she became the national president of "Azione Studentesca", the student movement of National Alliance.
In 1998, she was elected city counsilwoman of Province of Rome and she holded this task until 2002.
In 2000, she was elected national director, and in 2004, was the first women president of Youth Action, the party's youth wing.
In 2006, she became the youngest ever deputy vice president of the Italian Chamber of Deputies and she started to work as journalist.
In 2008, she was appointed as Minister of Youth Policy in Berlusconi IV Cabinet, a position she held until November 16, 2011. She was the youngest-ever minister in the history of the Italian Republic.
In November 2012, she announced her bid to contest the leadership of the People of Freedom party against Angelino Alfano, in contrast with the party's support of the Monti Cabinet. After the cancellation of the primaries, she teamed up with fellow MPs Ignazio La Russa and Guido Crosetto for an anti-Monti policy, asking for renewal within the party and being also critical of the leadership of Silvio Berlusconi.
In December 2012, both MPs left the party to become founding member of a new political movement named "Fratelli d'Italia" (Brothers of Italy), a name borrowed from the words of the Italian National Anthem.
Giorgia Meloni was candidate for mayor of Rome in 2016, but she lost.
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Giorgia Meloni.|
|This article about an Italian politician is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|