Malta’s Roberta Metsola set to become EU Parliament’s third woman president • FRANCE 24 English

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The European Parliament is widely expected to elect conservative Maltese lawmaker Roberta Metsola as its president on Tuesday, making her the EU assembly’s first woman president in 20 years.

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