Synonyms for mariano_rumor or Related words with mariano_rumor

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Examples of "mariano_rumor"
A magistrate investigating the assassination attempt of Mariano Rumor found that Bertoli's files were incomplete. General , head of the SID from 1971 to 1975, was convicted "in absentia" in 1990 for obstruction of justice in the Mariano Rumor case.
The elections were won by the Christian Democracy, led by Mariano Rumor.
According to Vincenzo Vinciguerra, the terrorist attack was supposed to push then Interior Minister Mariano Rumor to declare a state of emergency.
Mariano Rumor (; 16 June 1915 – 22 January 1990) was an Italian politician. A member of the "Democrazia Cristiana", he served as Prime Minister of Italy from 1968 to 1970 and again from 1973 to 1974.
In November 1973 Frei wrote an historic letter to Mariano Rumor, President of the International Christian Democrats, endorsing the Armed Forces intervention and denouncing what he alleged was an attempt by Allende to impose a Communist dictatorship in Chile.
During a ceremony in honour of Luigi Calabresi on 17 May 1973, where the Interior Minister Mariano Rumor was present, an anarchist, Gianfranco Bertoli, threw a bomb killing four and injuring 45.
He then joined the governments of Aldo Moro from 1963 to 1968 where he served as under-secretary to the Budget minister. He held the same position in the first Government of Mariano Rumor from 1968 to 1969 and then became Budget Minister in the second Rumor Government from 1969 to 1970.
He was appointed as undersecretary for Tourism and Spectacles in the second cabinet led by Mariano Rumor (1968), keeping the position in the following ones, again under Rumor and then under Emilio Colombo (1970–1972). He was undersecretary for the Presidency under the cabinets led by Giulio Andreotti, with functions as secretary since 1976.
In 1973, Interior Minister Mariano Rumor was attacked by Gianfranco Bertoli, a self-described anarchist. Four were killed during the bombing, and 45 injured, while Rumor escaped alive from it. Bertoli was given a life-term in 1975. Bertoli was an informant of "SIFAR" at the time. Court proceedings later showed that this connection was one of mistaken identity.
After few years the Christian Democratic leader Mariano Rumor, proposed a new government coalition composed of centre-left parties. The Rumor cabinets approved the divorce law, a new Workers' Statute, the creation of the Antimafia Commission and a reform to give more powers and autonomy to the Regions.
After a short tenure in 1972, in June 1975 he became again national secretary of PSDI, replacing Flavio Orlandi. A few time later, he was involved in the Lockheed bribery scandal together with Mariano Rumor and Luigi Gui, and therefore he lost the position of the party's secretary. In 1979 the Constitutional Courty of Italy found him guilty of bribery and he spent fourth months in jail. He was the first Italian former minister to undergo a prison condemn.
Antonio Giolitti was a minister in several Italian governments. He was Minister for the Budget from 1963 to 1964, from 1969 to 1972 and from 1973 to 1974 in the governments led, respectively by Aldo Moro, Mariano Rumor and Emilio Colombo. In this capacity he inspirer the Italian economic planning. From 1977 to 1985, he was a member of the Executive Commission of the European Economic Community in Brussels, and responsible for Regional Policy.
The Italian branch of the Lockheed scandal involved the bribery of Christian Democrat and Socialist politicians to favor the purchase by the Italian Air Force of C-130 Hercules transport planes. The allegations of bribery were supported by political magazine "L'Espresso", and targeted former Cabinet ministers Luigi Gui and Mario Tanassi, the former Prime Minister Mariano Rumor and then-President Giovanni Leone, forcing him to resign his post on June 15, 1978.
In 1977, Moro was personally involved in international disputes. He strongly defended Mariano Rumor during the parliamentary debate on the Lockheed scandal, and some in the press reported that he might have been "Antelope Cobbler", an alleged bribe recipient. The accusation, aimed at politically destroying Moro and avoiding the risk of a "Historic Compromise" cabinet, failed when Moro was cleared on March 3, 1978, 13 days before his kidnapping.
Luigi Mariotti (November 23, 1912 – December 27, 2004) was an Italian Socialist Party politician. He was twice minister of health (1964–1968, 1970–1972) in the Government of Italy. He served in the cabinets of Prime Ministers Aldo Moro, Mariano Rumor and Emilio Colombo. He served in the Senate of Italy in Legislature II, Legislature III and Legislature IV. He served in the Chamber of Deputies of Italy in Legislature V, Legislature VI and Legislature VII.
After few years the Christian Democratic leader Mariano Rumor, proposed a new government coalition composed of centre-left parties. The Rumor cabinets approved the divorce law, a new Workers' Statute, the creation of the Antimafia Commission and a reform to give more powers and autonomy to the Regions. The coalition still judged the Italian Communist Party and the Italian Social Movement as too extreme for participation in government. Internationally, the coalition relied on a strong pro-Europeanism and atlanticism from a pro-Arab policy, (Craxi and Andreotti). This fact caused many frictions between the Liberals and the Socialists, and was one of the causes of disintegration of the coalition.
Viglianesi was born in Caltagirone, Italy. In 1950 he was one of the founder and first general secretary of Italian Labour Union (UIL) one of the biggest Italian trade union centers. He was for two consecutive minister of transport from 27 March 1970 to 17 February 1972 under Mariano Rumor and Emilio Colombo cabinets representing the Italian Socialist Democratic Party (PSDI). He was senator from 1963 to 1979 when he retired. He was vice President of Italian Senate for 1 year. He died in Rome, aged 79.
In the early 1960s he facilitated an "opening to the centre-left" enabling coalition governments between the PSI and the Christian Democrats and leading the socialists back into office for the first time since 1947. He formed a centre-left coalition with Saragat, Aldo Moro and Ugo La Malfa, and favored a reunion with the PSDI. From 1963 to 1968 he was Deputy Prime Minister in the three successive governments led by Moro and in December 1968 he became Minister for Foreign Affairs in the first government of Mariano Rumor, but resigned in July 1969, when the centre-left alliance collapsed.
In 1973 Fanfani became Secretary of the Christian Democrats for a second time, replacing his former protegé Arnaldo Forlani, who was a supporter of centrist politics. As such, he led the campaign for the referendum on repealing the law allowing divorce, which he fought in typically combative style, alienating the pro-divorce groups unnecessarily, without achieving the victory that would have given him predominance in his own party; in fact key figures like Moro, Mariano Rumor, Emilio Colombo and Francesco Cossiga, who believed in the defeat at the referendum.
Vittorino Colombo (April 3, 1925 – June 1, 1996) was an Italian Christian Democrat politician. He was born in Albiate, province of Monza and Brianza, Lombardy. He served in the cabinet of Prime Ministers Mariano Rumor (1974), Giulio Andreotti (1976–1979) and Cossiga (1979–1980). He served as minister of health in the Government of Italy from March to November 1974. He served in the Chamber of Deputies of Italy in Legislature III (1958–1963), Legislature IV (1963–1968), Legislature V (1968–1972) and Legislature VI (1972–1976). He served in the Senate of Italy in Legislature VII (1976–1979), Legislature VIII (1979–1983), Legislature IX (1983–1987), Legislature X (1987–1992) and Legislature XI (1992–1994).