Giorgia Meloni takes over as Italy’s first woman prime minister

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Giorgia Meloni on Sunday formally took office as Italy’s first woman prime minister, four weeks after her far-right party swept to victory in general elections.

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In a ceremony in Rome, she held 90 minutes of private talks with outgoing premier Mario Draghi before he symbolically handed over to Meloni a small bell used in cabinet debates.

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