The Prime Minister, born on January 15, 1977, received numerous messages for her birthday, from Salvini to La Russa, from Lollobrigida to Santanchè. So she in turn wanted to post a thought: “There is a wish I want to make for myself. Not to be frightened by the amount of problems, not to be enchanted by the sirens of power, not to be convinced by a system that I don’t agree with. I hope to be bold, concrete, fast and courageous. To always look at what is right for Italy”
Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni turns 46 today. The first female premier in Italian republican history was in fact born on January 15, 1977. Many greeting messages received through her social profiles and Meloni wanted to respond in turn with a post in which she wrote: “Thank you all for the messages 46 years. I don’t know if there’s anything to celebrate, but there’s definitely a wish I want to make for myself. I hope I don’t get scared by the mass of problems, not to be captivated by the sirens of power, to don’t let me be convinced by a system that I don’t agree with. I hope to be bold, concrete, fast and courageous. To always look at what is right for Italy. In short, I hope not to disappoint those who believed in me, and in the possibility that Italy would return to the great nation it deserves to be. And I won’t do it, whatever the cost”.
Greetings from colleagues
Meloni has received many messages of good wishes from the exponents of the center-right. The leader of the League, deputy premier and minister of infrastructure, Matteo Salvini, said: “The first thing I did this morning was to send happy birthday wishes to Giorgia Meloni. The left resigns itself: we will govern this country for the next 10 years”. The president of the Senate Ignazio La Russa posted a photo on Facebook together with Giorgia Meloni, with the message “Happy birthday President”. Francesco Lollobrigida, the Minister of Agriculture, Food Sovereignty and Forests, wrote on Twitter : “Best wishes to the first female Prime Minister, happy birthday Giorgia”. Instead, the Minister of Tourism Daniela Santanchè published a photo together with Meloni with the thought: “Happy birthday to a courageous woman, a caring mother and an extraordinary President. Happy birthday”.