Italy's Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni tells mothers to return to the office; She says if she can run the country with a seven year old daughter, so can they

Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni told mothers in Italy to return to the office, saying if she can govern the country with a seven-year-old daughter, so can they.

Meloni, who recently returned to work after recovering from a vertigo-causing ear infection, encourages mothers to combine motherhood with work.

Meloni said that if she and other world leaders, including Ursula Von Der Leyen, can have a career and children, so can mothers in Italy.

Asked about her party's promotion of motherhood and the traditional family, Meloni told a three-hour press conference: 'If I were asked to choose between the role of prime minister and my daughter, Ginevra, I would have no doubts, like any another mother. , because motherhood gives something that nothing else can give.'

But Meloni, who split from her partner last year after he was recorded asking a colleague for a threesome, said she does not believe motherhood can or should stop women from keeping a job or pursuing a political career. .

She said: 'Ursula von der Leyen, president of the European Commission, has seven children. Roberta Metsola, the President of the European Parliament, has four children. You can.'


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