Synonyms for giuliano_amato or Related words with giuliano_amato

paolo_gentiloni              enrico_letta              massimo_alema              amintore_fanfani              francesco_cossiga              lamberto_dini              giovanni_leone              arnaldo_forlani              mariano_rumor              giulio_andreotti              giovanni_spadolini              giuseppe_saragat              bettino_craxi              matteo_renzi              mario_monti              ivanoe_bonomi              antonio_segni              giulio_tremonti              maurizio_sacconi              oscar_luigi_scalfaro              romano_prodi              marco_minghetti              ferruccio_parri              renato_brunetta              cossiga              sergio_mattarella              gentiloni              fabrizio_cicchitto              walter_veltroni              giovanni_gronchi              fanfani              emma_bonino              ugo_la_malfa              roberto_maroni              sidney_sonnino              sandro_pertini              paolo_boselli              claudio_scajola              francesco_speroni              giuseppe_zanardelli              giovanni_goria              dario_franceschini              roberto_formigoni              pietro_nenni              prodi              carlo_azeglio_ciampi              spadolini              antonio_salandra              giancarlo_galan              maurizio_lupi             

Examples of "giuliano_amato"
Between 1998 and 2001 she was minister of culture in the governments of Massimo D'Alema and Giuliano Amato.
From 1998 to 2001 he hold the offices of Undersecretary in the centre-left cabinets of D'Alema and Giuliano Amato.
He served as Minister of Agriculture in the second cabinet of Giuliano Amato and as Minister of Environment in the second cabinet of Romano Prodi.
Bisagno was born in Signa. A Christian Democrat, he served in the Italian Chamber of Deputies, and was a minister in the cabinets of Bettino Craxi, Amintore Fanfani and Giuliano Amato.
Since January 2014 the School has been presided over by Yves Mény. The former president was Giuliano Amato. The Sant'Anna is part of the Pisa University System, together with the Scuola Normale Superiore and the University of Pisa.
He served as the minister of public administration and regional affairs from 1996 to 2001 in the cabinets led by firstly Romano Prodi, then by Massimo D'Alema and lastly by Giuliano Amato.
From 1998 until 2001 he was economic adviser to Italian Prime Ministers Massimo D'Alema and Giuliano Amato during EU budget negotiations like Agenda 2000, and the Lisbon Agenda, at summits of the European Council and the G8.
The succeeding centre-left government, including most of the same parties, was headed by Giuliano Amato (social-democratic), who previously served as Prime Minister in 1992–93, from April 2000 until June 2001.
The 18th G7 summit was the first summit for Italian Prime Minister Giuliano Amato and Japanese Prime Minister Kiichi Miyazawa. It was also the last summit for Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney and U.S. President George H.W. Bush.
Cristofori served at the Italian senate. He was Giulio Andreotti's aide and his emissary to Emilia-Romagna. He also served as the labor and social security minister in the cabinet led by Prime Minister Giuliano Amato.
The succeeding caretaker center-left government, including most of the same parties, was headed by Giuliano Amato (who previously served as Prime Minister in 1992-93) until the 2001 election.
Giuliano Amato serves as an Honorary Co-Chair for the World Justice Project. The World Justice Project works to lead a global, multidisciplinary effort to strengthen the Rule of Law for the development of communities of opportunity and equity.
The Italian Interior Minister Giuliano Amato has since admitted that the police inside the ground were a little excessive in their use of batons on some of the United fans, but has called for people not to judge the entire Italian police force by the actions of those involved in this incident.
Thanks to the results achieved in the academia, in the 1960s he became economic adviser to Aldo Moro, coming into contact with the group of economists, including Giuliano Amato, Francesco Forte, Siro Lombardini, Giorgio Ruffolo, Franco Momigliano and Alessandro Pizzorno, who then gravitated around the Socialist deputy Antonio Giolitti .
From 2004 to 2006 Krastev was executive director of the International Commission on the Balkans chaired by the former Italian Prime Minister Giuliano Amato. He was Editor-in-Chief of the Bulgarian Edition of Foreign Policy and was a member of the Council of the International Institute for Strategic Studies, London (2005-2011).
In two cabinets headed by Giulio Andreotti he was the deputy minister of foreign affairs from 1989 to 1992. He briefly served as foreign trade minister in the cabinet led by Prime Minister Giuliano Amato from June to 29 July 1992 when he resigned from office. After leaving public office he returned to his judiciary post.
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.
In 2004 Poul Nyrup Rasmussen defeated Giuliano Amato to be elected President of the PES, succeeding Robin Cook in the post. He was re-elected for a further 2.5 years at the PES Congress in Porto on 8 December 2006 and for another 2.5 years at the Prague Congress in 2009.
The Pole for Freedoms was in opposition to the centre-left governments (of Prodi, Massimo D'Alema and Giuliano Amato) until 2001, when, after the rapprochement with the Lega Nord, became the House of Freedoms (CdL). The new CdL coalition won the 2001 general election and remained in government until the following general election in 2006.
The 26th G8 summit was the first summit for Russian President Vladimir Putin, and was the last summit for Italian Prime Minister Giuliano Amato and U.S. President Bill Clinton. It was also the first and only summit for Japanese Prime Minister Yoshirō Mori.