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Examples of "giancarlo_galan"
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Giancarlo Galan (Padua, 10 September 1956) is an Italian politician from Veneto.
After the election, Giancarlo Galan formed his first government, while Amalia Sartori (Forza Italia) was elected President of the Regional Council.
Sandro Bondi was appointed by Brambilla as responsible for Culture and Formation of the Promoters. Regional representatives of the organization include Giancarlo Galan (Veneto), Renzo Tondo (Friuli-Venezia Giulia), Michele Scandroglio (Liguria), Fiammetta Modena (Umbria) and Gianni Chiodi (Abruzzo).
Marino Finozzi (Liga Veneta) was President of the Council for the entire term, while Giancarlo Galan (Forza Italia) served as President of Veneto at the head of his third government.
The party's leading members included Angelino Alfano (national secretary), Renato Schifani, Renato Brunetta, Roberto Formigoni, Maurizio Sacconi, Maurizio Gasparri, Mariastella Gelmini, Antonio Martino, Giancarlo Galan, Maurizio Lupi, Gaetano Quagliariello, Daniela Santanchè, Sandro Bondi and Raffaele Fitto.
In August 2010, an anti-globalization group pickets in Vivaro against the GMO plantations. The manifestation was supported by Zaia, that claimed a "return to legality", despite his predecessor Giancarlo Galan, member of his coalition, was pro-GMO.
Giancarlo Galan (Forza Italia, Pole of Freedoms) was surprisingly elected President of the Region over the centre-left candidate Ettore Bentsik (Italian People's Party), despite the presence of a third candidate, Alberto Lembo (Liga Veneta).
Giancarlo Galan (Forza Italia, House of Freedoms) was re-elected for the third time President of the Region by a landslide over the centre-left candidate Massimo Cacciari (The Democrats).
A member of the Italian Liberal Party since the late 1970s, he later joined Forza Italia following his long-time friend Giancarlo Galan. He was elected for the first time to the Chamber of Deputies in 2001.
After the election, Giancarlo Galan formed his second government, while Enrico Cavaliere (Liga Veneta) was elected President of the Regional Council. Forza Italia had the lion share in the government, including the posts of President, Vice President and Minister of Health.
Giancarlo Galan (Forza Italia, House of Freedoms) was re-elected for the third time in a row President of the Region, but the support for him was diminished by the presence of a third candidate, Giorgio Panto, who picked votes both from the centre-right and the Venetist camps, and of a fourth candidate representing the far right, Roberto Bussinello.
Luca Zaia is the ninth President of Veneto. His predecessor Giancarlo Galan (1995–2010) has been the longest-serving President so far. Since direct election of the President was introduced, Venetian politics has become far more stable and governments generally last for a full term of five years.
Many were former Liberals (PLI), Republicans (PRI) and Social Democrats (PSDI): Alfredo Biondi (President of Forza Italia's National Council) and Raffaele Costa, both former PLI leaders, and former PSDI leader Carlo Vizzini were later MPs for Forza Italia. Also Antonio Martino and Giancarlo Galan were formers Liberals, Jas Gawronski was a leading Republican, while Marcello Pera has a Socialist and Radical background.
A long-time Christian Democrat, he was first elected to the Regional Council of Veneto in 2000 for Forza Italia. In 2005 he and became floor leader of his party, often being a vocal critic of President Giancarlo Galan. Re-elected for The People of Freedom in 2010, he was appointed regional minister of Social Affairs in Zaia I Government.
In the late 1970s she started her political career in the Italian Liberal Party, reaching the position of youth leader of the party in Veneto. At that time her followers included Giancarlo Galan, Fabio Gava and Niccolò Ghedini, all leading members of Forza Italia in the Region.
On 23 March 2011, he was appointed agriculture minister to the fourth cabinet led by Berlusconi in a cabinet reshuffle. Romano replaced Giancarlo Galan in the post. Romano's term ended on 16 November 2011 and he was replaced by Mario Catania as agriculture minister.
Elected for the first time to Regional Council of Veneto in 2000, he was deputy-leader of Forza Italia's group from 2006 to 2007. A close ally of Giancarlo Galan, Padrin was appointed under-secretary for the Council in Galan III Government. Re-elected for the third term in 2010, he sat in the group of The People of Freedom.