Report. Giorgia Meloni is prime minister. Here is the list of ministers in the new Italian government.

Here’s the list of ministers in the new Meloni government

Giorgia Meloni went up to the Quirinale at 4:30 p.m. on October 21, after the very brief consultations of the entire center-right alliance in the morning.

The meeting with the President of the Republic Sergio Mattarella took a little over an hour, ending at 5:45 p.m.

Meloni accepted the mandate to form the government without reservation and presented the list of ministers to the President.

The swearing-in ceremony will take place tomorrow, Saturday, October 22, at 10 a.m.

Profiles of the main figures:

The full list in html

Several hours after Meloni’s reading of the names at the Quirinale, Fratelli d’Italia made it known that the names of Zangrillo (who will get Public Administration) and Pichetto Fratin (who will get Environment and Energy Security) had been reversed. Here is the correct list:

The Meloni I government

Government role Name Party Gender
Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni FdI F
Undersecretary to the Prime Minister’s Office Alfredo Mantovano FdI M
Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Antonio Tajani (Deputy Prime Minister) FI M
Interior Matteo Piantedosi Technocrat M
Justice Carlo Nordio FdI M
Defense Guido Crosetto FdI M
Economy and Finance Giancarlo Giorgetti Lega M
Enterprises and Made in Italy (formerly Economic Development) Adolfo Urso FdI M
Agriculture and Food Sovereignty Francesco


Environment and Energy Security Gilberto Pichetto Fratin FI M
Sustainable Infrastructure and Mobility Matteo Salvini (Deputy Prime Minister) Lega M
Labour and Social Policies Marina Elvira Calderone Technocrat F
Education and Training Giuseppe Valditara Lega M
Universities and Research Anna Maria Bernini FI F
Culture Gennaro Sangiuliano Technocrat M
Health Orazio Schillaci Technocrat M
Tourism Daniela Gamero Santanché FdI F
Relations with Parliament Luca Ciriani FdI M
Public Administration Paolo Zangrillo FI M
Regional Affairs and Autonomies Roberto Calderoli Lega M
Policies for the sea and the South Sebastiano Nello Musumeci FdI M
Family, Birth Rate and Equal Opportunities Eugenia Roccella FdI F
Disability Alessandra Locatelli Lega F
European Affairs, Cohesion and the NRP Raffaele Fitto FdI M
Sports Andrea Abodi Technocrat M
Reforms Maria Elisabetta Alberti Casellari FI F

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