Synonyms for enrico_boselli or Related words with enrico_boselli

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Examples of "enrico_boselli"
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The party's long-time leader was Enrico Boselli, a former President of Emilia-Romagna (1990–1993).
The Italian Communist Party was by far the largest party. After the election Enrico Boselli, regional leader of the Italian Socialist Party, formed a government comprising the Communists and the Italian Democratic Socialist Party.
Pier Luigi Bersani (Democratic Party of the Left), who had succeeded Enrico Boselli (Italian Socialist Party) in 1994, was elected President of the Region, defeating Gianfranco Morra (Forza Italia) by a landslide.
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).
Enrico Boselli (born 7 January 1957 in Bologna) is an Italian politician. He is currently Vice President of Alliance for Italy, and is the former leader of the Italian Democratic Socialists and the modern-day Italian Socialist Party, and former President of Emilia-Romagna.
The party was founded on 13 November 1994, immediately after the dissolution of the Italian Socialist Party, which had been plagued by corruption scandals exposed by the "Mani pulite" investigations. The party was led for its short life by Enrico Boselli.
The SDI were founded in 1998 by the merger of the Italian Socialists (Enrico Boselli, Roberto Villetti and Ottaviano Del Turco), the Italian Democratic Socialist Party (Gian Franco Schietroma and Giorgio Carta), a portion of the Labour Federation, a portion of the Socialist Party (Ugo Intini) and the Socialist League (Claudio Martelli and Bobo Craxi).
For the general elections of 1996, the Italian Socialists joined the list of Italian Renewal, a newly formed liberal-centrist party led by Lamberto Dini, within The Olive Tree coalition, acquiring in total 7 deputies (Giuseppe Albertini, Enrico Boselli, Vincenzo Ceremigna, Giovanni Crema, Sergio Fumagalli, Paolo Manca and Roberto Villetti) and 5 senators (Livio Besso Cordero, Ottaviano Del Turco, Giovanni Iuliano, Maria Rosaria Manieri and Cesare Marini).
In June 2007 the NPSI split among those who wanted to participate to the foundation of a joint "Socialist Party" along with the Italian Democratic Socialists of Enrico Boselli, The Italian Socialists of Bobo Craxi and the Association for the Rose in the Fist of Lanfranco Turci and those who wanted to maintain the allegiance to the House of Freedoms coalition. The first group was led by Gianni De Michelis, the latter by Stefano Caldoro.
On 15 December 2010 ApI was a founding member of the New Pole for Italy (NPI) along with the Union of the Centre (UdC), Future and Freedom (FLI) and some minor parties. Also in December Enrico Boselli, long-time leader of the Italian Democratic Socialists and founder of the revived Italian Socialist Party, who had left active politics after his 2008 defeat, joined ApI and was soon appointed vice president of the party.
A merger of all the parties hailing from the tradition of the late Italian Socialist Party (PSI), disbanded in 1994 as a result of "Tangentopoli" scandals, and the Italian Democratic Socialist Party (PSDI) was initially proposed by Enrico Boselli during a congress of his Italian Democratic Socialists (SDI) in April 2007. In that occasion the party decided not to join the Democratic Party (PD) and called for a "Socialist Constituent Assembly" ("Costituente Socialista") to unite all Socialists instead.
In March 2007, during a conference at Bertinoro, the prospect of a new social-democratic party, to be formed on the ashes of both the DS and the SDI, was discussed by Lanfranco Turci and Rino Formica, Peppino Caldarola and Emanuele Macaluso (DS), Enrico Boselli and Roberto Biscardini (SDI), Gianni De Michelis, Alessandro Battilocchio and Mauro Del Bue (NPSI), Bobo Craxi and Saverio Zavettieri (SI), Donato Robilotta (RS), Adriano Musi (MRE) and Enzo Marzo (FdL).
In June 2007 the Socialist Party – New PSI split among those who wanted to participate to the foundation of a joint "Socialist Party" along with the Italian Democratic Socialists of Enrico Boselli, The Italian Socialists of Bobo Craxi and the Association for the Rose in the Fist of Lanfranco Turci and those who wanted to maintain the allegiance to the House of Freedoms coalition. The first group was led by Gianni De Michelis, the latter by Stefano Caldoro.
After the 2013 election, Rutelli started to re-organize the party, along with the sole vice president left, Enrico Boselli, and the only MP, Franco Bruno. Through the European Democratic Party (EDP), of which Rutelli is co-president, and an alliance with the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe Party (ALDE Party), the ApI planned to field a liberal, green and Europeanist list for the 2014 European Parliament election. This list did not emerge; however Democratic Centre was part of the ALDE-supporting European Choice list for the election, which received 0.7% of the vote and failed to win any seats in the European Parliament.
The Socialists who did not align with the other parties organized themselves in two groups: the Italian Socialists (SI) of Enrico Boselli, Ottaviano Del Turco, Roberto Villetti, Riccardo Nencini, Cesare Marini and Maria Rosaria Manieri, who decided to be autonomous from the PDS, and the Labour Federation (FL) of Valdo Spini, Antonio Ruberti, Giorgio Ruffolo, Giuseppe Pericu, Carlo Carli and Rosario Olivo, who entered in close alliance with it. The SI eventually merged with other Socialist splinter groups to form the Italian Democratic Socialists (SDI) in 1998, while the FL merged with PDS to form the Democrats of the Left (DS) later on that year.