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Examples of "dario_franceschini"
In the 2009 leadership election the faction supported Dario Franceschini.
The new party Secretary Dario Franceschini announced on 21 February 2009 that he will dissolve the Shadow Cabinet.
Dario Franceschini (born 19 October 1958) is an Italian lawyer, writer, and politician, who served as the second leader of the Democratic Party.
From 2007 to 2013, Minniti was a member of the National Direction of the PD, under the leaderships of Walter Veltroni, Dario Franceschini and Pier Luigi Bersani.
Franceschiniani refers to the faction around Dario Franceschini, a leading member of the Democratic Party (PD), a political party in Italy.
The national congress and the subsequent leadership primary were announced for October. By July three candidates announced their bid: Pier Luigi Bersani, Ignazio Marino and the outgoing secretary Dario Franceschini.
At the 2009 leadership election the group (whose main members included Sergio Cofferati, Rita Borsellino, David Sassoli, Debora Serracchiani and Francesca Barracciu) supported the candidacy of Dario Franceschini, who eventually lost to Pier Luigi Bersani.
In the 2009 Democratic Party leadership election most Olivists supported Pier Luigi Bersani, although the faction did not officially support any candidate. Parisi finally voted for Dario Franceschini instead because of his support of primaries.
Veltroni officially announced his intention to run at a widely publicized rally in Turin on 27 June. He ran in a joint ticket with deputy-leadership candidate Dario Franceschini, Olive Tree speaker at the Chamber of Deputies.
In 2007 the CS were keen supporters of the merger of the DS into the Democratic Party and in first leadership election most of them supported Walter Veltroni. In the 2009 leadership election the faction chose to support Pier Luigi Bersani, while two former leading members, Giorgio Tonini and Stefano Ceccanti, who had been Veltroni's close allies, supported Dario Franceschini.
On 24 February 2009, she was appointed to the staff of the incoming chairman of the PD Dario Franceschini, with responsibility for equal opportunity. After than she was notable as a member of Franceschini's faction ("Area Democratica"). She has also served as Vice-President of the Italy-USA Foundation.
Other prominent Democrats include Walter Veltroni, Piero Fassino, Dario Franceschini, Graziano Delrio, Maria Elena Boschi, Federica Mogherini, Debora Serracchiani, Lorenzo Guerini, Ettore Rosato, Luigi Zanda, Sergio Chiamparino, Stefano Bonaccini, Nicola Zingaretti, Vincenzo De Luca, and Michele Emiliano. Former bigwigs include Giorgio Napolitano, Sergio Mattarella, Romano Prodi, Giuliano Amato, Massimo D'Alema, Pier Luigi Bersani, Francesco Rutelli, and Guglielmo Epifani.
The bill, as a consequence of the invitation addressed to the consistency publicly Dario Franceschini to Silvio Berlusconi after the speech commemorating the resistance held by the latter to Onna on April 25, has been withdrawn by the petitioner, the deputy Lucio Barani, on April 28, 2009.
Among the notable participants of the pro-Renzi convention were Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni, current ministers like Pier Carlo Padoan, Dario Franceschini, Graziano Delrio, Marianna Madia, Roberta Pinotti and Secretary Maria Elena Boschi. Emma Bonino, historic Radical leader and former Foreign Affairs Minister, also participated in the rally.
On 17 February 2009, following clashes within the party and only a day after a heavy defeat of the Democratic Party in a local regional election in Sardinia, Veltroni announced his immediate resignation from his leadership post. The Constituent Assembly of the party subsequently convened on 21 February 2009 and elected Veltroni's former deputy Dario Franceschini as the new secretary.
The Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism () is the culture ministry of the Italian Republic. MiBAC's headquarters are located in the historic Collegio Romano Palace (via del Collegio Romano 27, in central Rome) and the current minister is Dario Franceschini.
Most Liberal PD members were keen supporters of Walter Veltroni's leadership, while others were closer to Francesco Rutelli. In the 2009 leadership election the faction supported Dario Franceschini. After that, the faction has given strong support to Matteo Renzi, both in the 2013 and the 2017 leadership elections.
At the 2009 leadership election Dario Franceschini was defeated by Pier Luigi Bersani. Those who supported the former's bid joined forces in Democratic Area, a broad minority faction which comprised several groups: "Veltroniani", "Fassiniani", Fourth Phase, Liberal PD, Democratic Ecologists, Simply Democrats, etc.
Bray is a member of the Democratic Party. He was appointed minister of culture to the cabinet led by the prime minister Enrico Letta on 28 April 2013. He replaced Lorenzo Ornaghi in the post. Bray's term ended in February 2014 when he was replaced by Dario Franceschini who appointed to the post in the Matteo Renzi cabinet.
Among the notable participants of the pro-Renzi convention were Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni, current ministers like Pier Carlo Padoan, Dario Franceschini, Graziano Delrio, Marianna Madia, Roberta Pinotti and Secretary Maria Elena Boschi. Emma Bonino, historic Radical leader and former Foreign Affairs Minister, also participated in the rally.