Synonyms for giovanni_goria or Related words with giovanni_goria

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Examples of "giovanni_goria"
At the University he became a member of the youth wing of the Christian Democracy and in 1988, at only 25 years, Crosetto became economic advisor of Prime Minister Giovanni Goria.
During the early 1980s he was head of the studies office at the Ministry of Industry together with Giovanni Marcora and, subsequently, head of the Technical Secretariat at the Treasury Office with Giovanni Goria.
In 1985 Zanone was appointed a Minister of Ecology in the first Bettino Craxi cabinet, and later was Minister of Industry under Craxi's second tenure (1986–1987), and Minister of Defence in Giovanni Goria and Ciriaco De Mita cabinets (1987–1989). He was also mayor of Turin for a year and a half (1990–1991).
After 1945 Vassalli joined the Italian Socialist Party; from 1968 to 1972 he was a deputy, and then from 1983 to 1987 a senator for this party. In 1987 Giovanni Goria named him Minister of Justice, he was confirmed along with Ciriaco De Mita and Giulio Andreotti. During this time he approved a new proceeding criminal code.
He was Italian minister of tourism in Giovanni Goria, Ciriaco De Mita and Giulio Andreotti's governments (1987–1991) and was Mayor of Rome (1989–1993) as a member of the Italian Socialist Party (PSI). He was also supported by actor Carlo Verdone.
Elected into the Italian Chamber of Deputies, he was also Mayor of Milan from 1976 to 1986. In 1984–1987 he was also elected into the European Parliament; in the latter year he was appointed as Minister of Problems of Urban Areas in the cabinets of Giovanni Goria and Ciriaco De Mita. Later he was Minister of Tourism and Spectacles in the 6th and 7th Andreotti governments.
Mattarella was appointed Minister for Parliamentary Affairs in the governments led by Christian Democratic Prime Ministers Giovanni Goria and Ciriaco De Mita, and in 1989 he became Minister of Education in the sixth cabinet of Giulio Andreotti. Mattarella stood down from his position, together with other ministers, in 1990 upon parliament's passing of the Mammì Act, liberalising the media sector in Italy, which they saw as a favour to the media magnate Silvio Berlusconi.
The automobiles were produced by Vittorio Croizat in Turin. Croizat was an engineer/inventor who invested in oil refining, invented lighting systems, and sold Rambler bicycles. On December 27, 1905, he founded the company Automobili Peugeot SA Brevetti for the production of automobiles. The brand name was Peugeot Croizat. Three months later the company was renamed in SA Italiana per la fabbricazione di Automobili Peugeot Croizat. President of the corporation was Giovanni Goria Gatti. In November 1907, the company was liquidated. Officine Meccaniche Torinese took over the production.
Olof Palme (1985), Raul Alfonsin, François Mitterrand (1988), Margaret Thatcher, Felipe Gonzalez, Jack Lang, Benazir Bhutto, Corazon Aqino, Giovanni Goria, Gro Harlem Brundtland, Michel Rocard, Wilfried Martens, Edward Heath, Shimon Peres, Alain Juppé, Ser Leon Brittan, Simone Weil, Lord Plumb, Marcelino Oreja, Yasser Arafat (1993, 2000), Catherine Lalumiere, Lech Walesa, Jacques Santer, Lionel Jospin, Romano Prodi, Nicole Fontaine, Valeri Guiscard d’ Estaing, Jacques Chirac, Boutros Boutros-Ghali, Shaukat Aziz (2006), Jacques Rogge (2008), Juan Antonio Samaranch, Jose Manuel Barroso, Hans-Gert Pottering, Michaelle Jean (2009) etc.
On 5 June 1990, Reviglio joined as a senior advisor to Wasserstein Perella & Co.'s team in regard to its European operations and held the post until 1992. In 1992, he was appointed budget minister in the Cabinet led by Prime Minister Giuliano Amato. His tenure lasted until February 1993, and he was replaced by Beniamino Andreatta as budget minister. Reviglio was appointed finance minister in a cabinet reshuffle on 21 February 1993. He succeeded Giovanni Goria in the post. Reviglio resigned from office on 30 March 1993 due to his alleged involvement in bribery scandal. He also served as a member of municipal council of Turin and as a senator (1992 – 1994).