Synonyms for emma_bonino or Related words with emma_bonino

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Examples of "emma_bonino"
On 8 May 2006 has resigns to go to cover the functions of MEP, to succeeded to Emma Bonino.
In the spring of 2009, he ran for the elections for European Parliament for the Lista Emma Bonino but he was not elected.
In the Prodi II Cabinet the RnP was represented by Radical Emma Bonino, who served as Minister of European Affairs and International Trade.
There were five candidates for President of the European Parliament: Giorgio Amendola, Italian Communist; Emma Bonino, Italian Technical Independent; Christian de La Malène, French Progressive Democrat; Simone Veil, French Liberal, and Mario Zagari, Italian Socialist.
In 2001, at the request of Emma Bonino, former Humanitarian Aid Commissioner, François Zimeray went to Laos in order to defend and free a member of the European Parliament, as well as four other human rights defenders.
Between 1999 and 2002, Meyssan replaced Emma Bonino in the leading post of the Anti-prohibitionist Radical Coordination, an international organization aiming to decriminalize drug use as a means to cut organized crime's main source of income.
The Bonino List () was a libertarian electoral list active in Italy from 1999 to 2004. Named after Emma Bonino, a leading Radical who had been European Commissioner in 1995–1999 (appointed by Silvio Berlusconi), after the unsuccessful "Emma for President" campaign, the list was the successor of the Pannella List, active from 1992 to 1999.
The culmination of her political career was her appointment as Italy's first female Minister of Foreign Affairs, in 1995. She served for more than a year which, in the fragile politics of postwar Italy, makes her one of the most long-lasting holders of the office. It was not until 2013 that Emma Bonino became the next female incumbent of the post.
The RnP was composed of the Italian Democratic Socialists (SDI; a social-democratic party led by Enrico Boselli and Roberto Villetti), the Italian Radicals (RI; a liberal-liberatrian party led by Marco Pannella and Emma Bonino) and some independent members gathered in the Association for the Rose in the Fist (including Lanfranco Turci, Salvatore Buglio, and Biagio De Giovanni).
Marco Pannella was a historical leader of the Italian Radicals. He announced his intention to run for the party leadership on 21 July, but this was refused by the Presidency Office. Despite this, Pannella kept on campaigning for his candidacy and received support from Minister of International Commerce and fellow Radical Emma Bonino, who offered herself to campaign as potential deputy leader.
The other trustees are: Dr. Ali Fakhro, Dr. Khalid bin Mohamed al-Attiyah, Emma Bonino, Dr. Saad Eddin Ibrahim, Mary Robinson, Dr. Hasan Al-Ibrahim, Ely Ould Mohamed Vall, Dr. Mohammed Abed al-Jabri, Joschka Fischer, Sadiq al-Mahdi, Dr. Azmi Bishara, and Amat Al Alim Alsoswa.
Meanwhile the second appeal (Case T-222/99) had been joined by two others, one (Case T-327/99) from the Front National as a corporate entity, the other (T-329/99) from the Bonino List as a corporate entity and from Emma Bonino, Marco Pannella, Marco Cappato, Gianfranco Dell’Alba, Benedetto Della Vedova, Olivier Dupuis and Maurizio Turco as individuals.
Gabbai established Forma International production house in 1997, since then he has directed more than 25 documentaries about various subjects, such as the one about Varenne, or "Ajamola Ajamola" about the killing of the giant tunas, and some monographs on Emma Bonino and Enzo Maiorca. He also filmed portraits on fashion maisons Versace and Missoni.
Emma Bonino ran for President in Lazio but lost to Renata Polverini. The List gained 3.3% of the vote in Lazio and two regional councillors, while doing poorly in the other regions where the Radicals were able to deliver their lists, including in Piedmont, where they gained a mere 0.7%.
Forza Italia was confirmed as the largest party in the region with an historic 30.8% of the vote, while the Democrats of the left were the second largest party with 17.7%. Piedmont was confirmed as a stronghold of Bonino List, whose leader Emma Bonino was candidate for President and took 5.7% of the vote.
Mogherini joined the Renzi Cabinet as Minister of Foreign Affairs, the third woman after Susanna Agnelli and Emma Bonino to hold this post. Her first public engagement following her appointment was to meet, along with Italy's Defence Minister, the wives of Massimiliano Latorre and Salvatore Girone, the two Italian marines detained in India after the Enrica Lexie incident.
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.
Then, he founded in Rome (1993), with his first wife Mariateresa Di Lascia, Marco Pannella and former EU commissioner Emma Bonino (all politicians of Radical Party) the non-government group Hands Off Cain ("Nessuno tocchi Caino"), that fights against death penalty and torture in the world.
Traoré has been a member of the Transnational Transparty Nonviolent Radical Party since 2002. When he has been elected at the second session of the party's 39th summit, besides long standing members of the Radical Party, like Marco Pannella and Emma Bonino, the summit was attended inter alia also by guest speakers like Bernard Kouchner and Joschka Fischer.
He was one of the main minds behind his party's decision to join forces with the Italian Radicals founding the Rose in the Fist, of which he has been the main campaigner, together with Emma Bonino, in the 2006 general election.