Its prime minister Italy, Georgia Melonihit back at those who criticized her for choosing to take her 6-year-old daughter to Bali, Indonesia where she traveled for her summit G20.
How I raise my daughter is none of your business, Meloni pointed out, addressing her critics. The 45-year-old prime minister and head of the far-right party “Brothers of Italy” she emphasized that she has every right to do her best for her country without depriving the child of the presence of his mother.
In particular, in a post made on Facebook, the Prime Minister of Italy, Giorgia Meloni, said: “Returning home, after two days of non-stop work to represent Italy in the best possible way at the G20 summit in Bali, it came to my attention an incredible debate about whether it was right to take my daughter with me because I would be gone for four days. The question I have to address to those who started this fascinating discussion is: So you think how my daughter will be raised is any of your business? Why I have news for you: none of your business! I have the right to be a mother as I see fit. And I also have a right to do my best for this country without depriving Geneva of her mother».
Source: News Beast
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