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Maria Rosaria Bindi, best known as
() (born 12 February 1951), is an Italian politician and the current President of the Antimafia Commission.
The group, whose leader is
, basically includes Christian left politicians and social democrats. They have been close supporters of Romano Prodi and wanted the party to stick to the tradition of The Olive Tree, along with the Ulivists.
was part of the Prodi II Cabinet as Minister of Family (a minister without portfolio) for Democracy is Freedom – The Daisy. She announced her candidacy on 16 July.
Bersani was declared new secretary of the party during the first meeting of the party's new national assembly elected on 7 November 2009. On that occasion
was elected president of the party (with Marina Sereni and Ivan Scalfarotto vice-presidents), while Enrico Letta and Antonio Misiani were nominated deputy-secretary and treasurer, respectively.
In the 2007 primary election for choosing the party leader, Olivists divided themselves in two groups: the left-wing, composed of the historical members of the faction, supported
, while the moderates supported Enrico Letta, who is now leader of a separate group, the so-called "Lettiani".
During the general election in 2001 she was elected at the Chamber of Deputies. On 17 May 2006 she was nominated Minister for Equal Opportunity during the Prodi II Cabinet, working on "DiCo" bill, with the Minister of Family politics
The Olivists, whose members were staunch supporters of Romano Prodi, divided in two camps. The largest one, including Arturo Parisi, endorsed
, while a smaller one, including Paolo De Castro, endorsed Enrico Letta. Bindi benefited also from the support of Agazio Loiero's Southern Democratic Party, while Letta was endorsed by Lorenzo Dellai's Daisy Civic List, Renato Soru's Sardinia Project and Gianni Pittella's group of social democrats.
After Violante, presidents of the Commission were Tiziana Parenti, from Forza Italia (1994–1996), Ottaviano Del Turco, from the Italian Democratic Socialists (1996–1999), Giuseppe Lumia, from the Democratic Left (2000–2001), Roberto Centaro from Forza Italia (2001–2006), Francesco Forgione from the Communist Refoundation Party (2006–2008), Giuseppe Pisanu from Forza Italia-The People of Freedom (2008–2013). Currently the president is
On February 2012, during an interview with Radio 24, he likened a kiss between women in the audience to a person who "pees on the street". This elicited immediate reactions by some politicians, such as
, who said "Giovanardi never ceases to amaze for his lack of modesty and balance and for its smallness" and Paola Concia, who launched a mail bomb, suggesting: "Write to him that homophobia is a disease."
For the 1996 general election the PPI formed the Populars for Prodi list with the Democratic Union (UD), the Italian Republican Party (PRI) and the South Tyrolean People's Party (SVP). The list was part of The Olive Tree, a broad centre-left coalition, and won 6.8% of the vote. The PPI was represented in Romano Prodi's first government by three ministers: Beniamino Andreatta at Defence,
at Health and Michele Pinto at Agriculture. Additionally, Nicola Mancino was President of the Senate.
The text of the bill has been mainly composed by the legal staffs of two ministers of Prodi's cabinet, Barbara Pollastrini, Minister for Equal Opportunities and (at that time) member of the Democrats of the Left party (now member of the Democratic Party), and
, Minister for Family and former Christian Democracy, at that time member of the Daisy, (now member of the Democratic Party), too.
In the local congresses a 56.4% of party members voted and Bersani was by far the most voted candidate with 55.1% of the vote, largely ahead of Franceschini (37.0%) and Marino (7.9%). On 25 October 2009, Bersani was elected new secretary of the party with about 53% of the vote in an open primary in which three million people participated. Franceschini got 34% and Marino 13%. On 7 November, during the first meeting of the new national assembly, Bersani was declared secretary,
was elected party president (with Marina Sereni and Ivan Scalfarotto vice-presidents), Enrico Letta deputy secretary and Antonio Misiani treasurer.
In the 2007 primary election for choosing the party leader, most Ulivists, supported
, along with Agazio Loiero's Southern Democratic Party and some members of The Populars, a loose association of former members of the Italian People's Party of which also Bindi was a member. Ulivists had their strongholds in Northern Italy, and especially in Veneto, Lombardy and Piedmont, but however Bindi, who obtained 12.9% of the vote in the primary election nationally, had her best result in Calabria (31.3%) thanks to Loiero's support.
As the Populars failed to find a common ground in the new party, they split in different groups. The bulk of the faction (Marini, Dario Franceschini, Giuseppe Fioroni, Antonello Soro and Pierluigi Castagnetti) supported Walter Veltroni as leader of the party.
and Enrico Letta ran against Veltroni and set up their factions, Democrats Really and 360 Association respectively. Another leading member, Ciriaco De Mita, abandoned the PD over disagreements with Veltroni in early 2008. The failure of The Populars to be a united faction led Fioroni, Franceschini and Soro, backed by Marini, to set Fourth Phase.
Leading members of the association have included Marini, De Mita (who left the PD over disagreements with party leader Walter Veltroni in early 2008), Pierluigi Castagnetti, Giuseppe Fioroni, Antonello Soro,
, Enrico Letta and Dario Franceschini (deputy secretary of the party under Veltroni and, later, secretary). Bindi and Letta have been respectively leaders of Democrats Really and the 360 Association: their affiliation to The Populars is a further evidence of the looseness of the association. In this respect, Fioroni and Franceshini set up a more reliable faction called Fourth Phase: the name was chosen to identify the new stage of left-wing Catholics in Italian politics, the first three being within the Italian People's Party (1919–1926), DC (1943–1994) and the new PPI (1994–2002).
On the 30 July deadline, a total of eleven candidates officially registered their candidacy: Walter Veltroni,
, Enrico Letta, Furio Colombo, Marco Pannella, Antonio Di Pietro, Mario Adinolfi, Pier Giorgio Gawronski, Jacopo G. Schettini, Lucio Cangini and Amerigo Rutigliano. Of these, Pannella and Di Pietro were stopped because of their involvement in external parties, whereas Cangini and Rutigliano did not manage to present the necessary 2,000 valid signatures for the 9pm deadline, and Colombo's candidacy was instead made into hiatus in order to give him 48 additional hours to integrate the required documentation; Colombo later decided to retire his candidacy citing his impossibility to fit with all the requirements. All rejected candidates had the chance against the decision in 48 hours' time, with Pannella and Rutigliano being the only two candidates to appeal against it. Both were rejected on 3 August.
All candidates interested in running for the PD leadership had to be associated with one of the founding parties and present at least 2,000 valid signatures by 30 July 2007. A total of ten candidates officially registered their candidacy: Walter Veltroni,
, Enrico Letta, Furio Colombo, Marco Pannella, Antonio Di Pietro, Mario Adinolfi, Pier Giorgio Gawronski, Jacopo Schettini, Lucio Cangini and Amerigo Rutigliano. Of these, Pannella and Di Pietro were rejected because of their involvement in external parties (the Radicals and Italy of Values respectively), whereas Cangini and Rutigliano did not manage to present the necessary 2,000 valid signatures for the 9pm deadline, and Colombo's candidacy was instead made into hiatus in order to give him 48 additional hours to integrate the required documentation; Colombo later decided to retire his candidacy citing his impossibility to fit with all the requirements. All rejected candidates had the chance against the decision in 48 hours' time, with Pannella and Rutigliano being the only two candidates to appeal against it. Both were rejected on 3 August.
Experimentation of Di Bella's method is vitiated by serious irregularities. Worse, some of the 386 cancer patients who experienced the "multidrug" (MDB) of the physician in Modena (italian city) would be used as guinea pigs treated with "breakdowns and imperfect" drugs, it is not known what effects on health. And higher institute of Health, even knowing this, would not warned 50 of the 51 hospitals d 'Italy who experienced the protocols. These are the conclusions of the long and meticulous investigation opened two years ago by the prosecutor of Turin (italian city) Raffaele Guariniello, following a number of complaints, on trial in the 4 "reference centers" in Turin (Molinette, San Giovanni old seat, Mauritian and Sant 'Anna) and 4 of the province (the Chivasso hospital, Orbassano, Chieri and Cirè). A 'survey which does not enter into the merits of the' effectiveness or otherwise of the treatment, but only analyzes the regularity of the trial. Four defendants, all leaders of 'National Institute of Health (ISS): Roberto Donato Raschetti and Greek, the trial coordinators of 1998, Stefania Spila Alegiani, responsible for galenicals, and Elena Ciranni, who took care of the relations with the various clinical centers . Grave 's offense: "drug delivery failures or imperfect" (punishable, according to' Article 443 of the Criminal Code, with imprisonment up to three years). The director Giuseppe Benagiano, at the time under investigation, was then filed. No responsibility for the 'former health minister
, heard as a witness in secret, in Rome, to' start of 'years. The four suspects have received the " notice of closure investigation. " A sort of indictment announcement, but then that has not arrived: thanks to the law Carotti, the defendants requested and obtained from the Pg of the Supreme Court Nino Abbate transfer of 'investigation in Florence. With the curious grounds that the "implicated" drugs produces them the 'Florentine military Pharmacological Institute. Needless l 'opposition Guariniello who, judgments of the Supreme Court to hand, countered that the 443 does not punish the production or possession, but the administration of medication faults (which occurred precisely in Turin). So it will be up to the prosecutor of Florence - that 'last year had already filed an' other inquiry on Di Bella protocols - draw conclusions: bringing to judgment or ask the 'storage. Everything will depend on the 'interpretation of irregularities emerged in Turin: errors in good faith, or fraudulent conduct? For Guariniello, proof of intent would in a letter sent in the '98 in a Roman hospital, asking guidance on the conservation and the composition of the "solutions to retinoids" planned for Protocols 1 and 9. In the letter of' Iss STATED executives that those substances have a "validity" of only 3 months, after which "expire" and be thrown. Too bad the same directive has not branched to the other 50 hospitals who experienced the cure. And that in fact continued, unaware of all, to administer those widely expired solutions (even old 4, 5, 9 months) and "impaired." Not only a serious technical error would have halved the amount of a component, an active ingredient, essential for the 'effectiveness of those solutions: l' "Axeroftol palmitate". In practice, for the two protocols, one experienced was not the multitherapy Di Bella, but a "variation on the theme" undeclared. So com 'it had emerged in the' 98 for another two protocols, hastily withdrawn after Guariniello had discovered there some missing and some other substances (such as tamoxifen Professor Umberto Veronesi) added by a mysterious hand. But that chapter is still open. In Turin.
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