ROME, 01 MAR – “I was lucky enough to have a mother and a family who never made me want for anything, but I can’t say that my father’s absence hasn’t weighed heavily on my life. I fully understood this when he died, and I realized the depth of pain his emptiness had created in me. I don’t know anyone who would give up one of their parents or who would choose to be raised by their father or mother alone. Children have the right to have the best: a mum and a dad”. Thus the Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni in an interview with the weekly Grazie on newsstands from tomorrow on the occasion of Women’s Day, responding to the director Silvia Grilli who asks if it is “important for the good of the children to have both a father and a mother? Is it important for the good of the children that the parents are of the opposite sex?”, as reported in a note (ANSA).