Synonyms for pietro_ingrao or Related words with pietro_ingrao

giorgio_amendola              willer_bordon              valdo_spini              ugo_la_malfa              pietro_nenni              giovanni_berlinguer              fabrizio_cicchitto              bruno_villabruna              umberto_terracini              renato_altissimo              lelio_lagorio              gian_paolo_gobbo              alessandro_natta              cesare_merzagora              claudio_martelli              valerio_zanone              fabio_mussi              enrico_berlinguer              amalia_sartori              claudio_treves              mario_berlinguer              leonida_bissolati              luciano_violante              leo_valiani              benedetto_della_vedova              alfredo_biondi              arnaldo_forlani              pino_rauti              luigi_longo              maurizio_sacconi              vittorio_foa              clelio_darida              francesco_musotto              cristiana_muscardini              folena              carlo_vizzini              margherita_boniver              rifondazione_comunista              jas_gawronski              daniele_capezzone              giovanni_spadolini              renato_brunetta              giovanni_malagodi              pasqualina_napoletano              antonio_maccanico              maurizio_gasparri              rosy_bindi              ivanoe_bonomi              adolfo_urso              vannino             

Examples of "pietro_ingrao"
The daughter Laura Lombardo Radice married the Italian communist Pietro Ingrao.
Meliorism received extensive derogatory treatment from the left wing of the Communist Party, headed by Pietro Ingrao. They received some modest support from the pro-Soviet wing of the party, headed by Armando Cossutta.
During World War II, Lenola suffered several bombings. Some of its inhabitants, such as future President of the Chamber of Deputies, Pietro Ingrao, fought as partisans against the German occupation forces.
Pietro Ingrao (30 March 1915 – 27 September 2015) was an Italian politician, journalist and former partisan. For many years he was a senior figure in the Italian Communist Party (PCI).
Before that, some DS leading members, including Pietro Ingrao, Achille Occhetto and Pietro Folena, had left the party in order to join the Communist Refoundation Party which, at its sixth congress, held in January 2005, moved toward a more heterogeneous, non-sectarian and strongly pacifist variety of leftism.
Minà has been a long-standing collaborator with several Italian newspapers: "La Repubblica", "L'Unità", "Corriere della Sera" and "Il Manifesto". From 1996 to 1998 he produced the television program "Storie" (Stories), which featured such individuals as the Dalai Lama, Luis Sepúlveda, Martin Scorsese, Naomi Campbell, John Kennedy, and Pietro Ingrao. Two books were later published based on this program.
After 1979 elections, Iotti became Speaker of the Lower House of Parliament, succeeding Pietro Ingrao. She was popular and respected as a president, and was confirmed in the office for two more legislatures. In 1987, she was entrusted by President Francesco Cossiga with a mandate of potentially forming the government, the closest a PCI member, and a woman, got to becoming the first female Prime Minister of Italy; however, Iotti was not able to form a coalition.
The dissolution of the PCI subsequent to Occhetto's victory led to the birth of two different parties, the majority Democratic Party of the Left under Occhetto and the hardline minority Communist Refoundation Party founded by Cossutta, Sergio Garavini, Lucio Libertini and others. Natta, like Pietro Ingrao, chose to remain a member of the main party, as he was not optimistic about the prospects of the new communist party.
From 1976 until 1994, it became conventional for the leader of the largest opposition party to be appointed President of the Chamber of Deputies. The practice began in the context of the Historic Compromise, which saw the main opposition party (the Italian Communist Party) support the government of Giulio Andreotti in exchange for the election of Pietro Ingrao as President of the Chamber of Deputies.
The neorealist style was developed by a circle of film critics that revolved around the magazine "Cinema", including Luchino Visconti, Gianni Puccini, Cesare Zavattini, Giuseppe De Santis and Pietro Ingrao. Largely prevented from writing about politics (the editor-in-chief of the magazine was Vittorio Mussolini, son of Benito Mussolini), the critics attacked the "Telefoni Bianchi" films that dominated the industry at the time. As a counter to the popular mainstream films, some critics felt that Italian cinema should turn to the realist writers from the turn of the 20th century.
During these years, Alicata came into contact with many young antifascist students, such as Pietro Ingrao, Carlo Salinari, Mario Socrate, Carlo Muscetta, Aldo Natoli, Lucio Lombardo Radice, Paolo Alatri and Paolo Bufalini. He also collaborated with the Roman newspaper "Il Piccolo", Giuseppe Bottai's journal "Primato", the literary weeklies "Il Meridiano di Roma" and "La Ruota". He secretly enrolled in the Italian Communist Party in 1940, the year in which he graduated with his these "Vincenzo Gravina e l'estetica del primo Settecento" (Vincenzo Gravina and the Aesthetic of the early Eighteenth century). He then became the assistant of Natalino Sapegno, who had been his supervisor.
The action was claimed by the BR in a phone call to ANSA. At 10:00 Pietro Ingrao, president of the Italian Chamber of Deputies, stopped the session and announced that Moro had been kidnapped. On the same day Andreotti's government obtained a large majority of votes, including those of his traditional enemies, notably PCI. Before the kidnapping the Communists were supposed to enter the government in a direct role but the emergency changed the situation, resulting in another right-centre cabinet under the firm control of DC. Enrico Berlinguer spoke of «an attempt to stop a positive political process», but Lucio Magri, representative of the extreme left PUP, was concerned about the hypocrisy of passing laws limiting personal freedom as a reaction to the massacre, saying that «it would play into the hands of the strategy of subversion». He asked for "self-criticism" from the authorities and for a genuine willingness to tackle problems «that are at the basis of the economic and moral crisis».