Synonyms for sandro_bondi or Related words with sandro_bondi

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Examples of "sandro_bondi"
Sandro Bondi, a leading member of the party, wrote:
Sandro Bondi, then Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism
Some meliorists, including Massimo Ferlini, Lodovico Festa and Sandro Bondi, joined Silvio Berlusconi's party Forza Italia.
Even some former Communists were leading members of the party, such as national party coordinator Sandro Bondi and Fernando Adornato.
In 2009, after Berlusconi created The People of Freedom, he was named member of the national coordination office, together with Ignazio La Russa and Sandro Bondi.
The Italian culture minister Sandro Bondi boycotted the Cannes Film Festival because of the selection of "Draquila", describing it as propaganda.
Sandro Bondi was appointed by Brambilla as responsible for Culture and Formation of the Promoters. Regional representatives of the organization include Giancarlo Galan (Veneto), Renzo Tondo (Friuli-Venezia Giulia), Michele Scandroglio (Liguria), Fiammetta Modena (Umbria) and Gianni Chiodi (Abruzzo).
Sandro Bondi (born 14 May 1959) is an Italian politician. He was appointed on 8 May 2008 to be Culture Minister until March 23, 2011 in Silvio Berlusconi's fourth cabinet.
On March 13, 2009 at Villa Madama in Rome, the Foreign Minister, Franco Frattini, Minister for Culture, Sandro Bondi, and the Minister of Economic Development, Claudio Scajola announced a third collection entitled the "Farnesina Design Collection".
The party's leading members included Angelino Alfano (national secretary), Renato Schifani, Renato Brunetta, Roberto Formigoni, Maurizio Sacconi, Maurizio Gasparri, Mariastella Gelmini, Antonio Martino, Giancarlo Galan, Maurizio Lupi, Gaetano Quagliariello, Daniela Santanchè, Sandro Bondi and Raffaele Fitto.
Sandro Bondi comment came well before the film was publicly shown: he responded to criticism about he not knowing the movie stating that he saw the film in a private screening, but ultimately admitted not having seen it at all.
On 27–29 March 2009, the new party held its first congress in Rome and was officially founded. Berlusconi was elected president, while Sandro Bondi, Ignazio La Russa and Denis Verdini were appointed national coordinators, Maurizio Lupi organizational secretary and Daniele Capezzone spokesperson.
A.N.G.E.L.S is the only Onlus to have received the Patronage of Unesco (Italian National Commission) for the production of the song 'Angels' evaluated of 'fundamental importance for peace and solidarity between populations'. Besides the Medal of the President of Italian Republic Giorgio Napolitano, the Onlus has received the support of other patronages like Holy See (June 2008), Italian 'Ministro della Gioventù' Giorgia Meloni (October 2008), foreign Minister Franco Frattini (November 2008), culture Minister Sandro Bondi (November 2008), 'Società Italiana di Pediatria' (November 2008) activities; it has also been signed a collaboration with the 'Forum Nazionale Giovani' (February 2009).
He was counselor to the Culture Minister Giuliano Urbani for five years, and on May 16, 2008, he was appointed by the Italian government Adviser for Cultural Events and Foreign Relations to the Italian Minister Sandro Bondi. He received the "America Award" of the Italy-USA Foundation in 2010. He was awarded Chevalier de la Légion d'Honneur in December 2009 and he received the Medaille de Vermeil award from the Académie Française in November 2010. Since 2016 he was appointed president of the Scientific Committee of the Italy-USA Foundation.
Among the strongest supporters of the return to FI, the so-called "hawks" and self-proclaimed "loyalists", a leading role was played by Raffaele Fitto, who, despite the common Christian-democratic background, was a long-time rival of Alfano. Other supporters included Antonio Martino, Renato Brunetta, Denis Verdini, Mariastella Gelmini, Mara Carfagna, Giancarlo Galan, Sandro Bondi, Daniela Santanchè, Niccolò Ghedini and Daniele Capezzone, while Maurizio Gasparri, Altero Matteoli and Paolo Romani, tried to mediate between Alfano and Fitto, but finally chose to join the new FI.
Between September and October, four senators and seven deputies left FI and joined Verdini; the deputies formed a joint sub-group with the Associative Movement Italians Abroad (MAIE) named "Liberal Popular Alliance – Autonomies – MAIE. Between December and January 2016, the party was joined by five more senators, including Sandro Bondi, another former FI national coordinator. Also in January, three ALA members were elected deputy chairpersons of three Senate committees. A twentieth senator and an eight deputy joined in May. Bondi left in June. In April 2016 the presence of two senators of the MpA, who had broken ties with FI while joining the ALA as direct members, was marked by a new name of the group in the Senate: "Liberal Popular Alliance – Autonomies (Movement for the Autonomies)".
After months of bickering within the party between "doves", supporting Letta's government, and "hawks", very critical of it, on 28 September Berlusconi asked to the five ministers of the party (Angelino Alfano, Maurizio Lupi, Gaetano Quagliariello, Beatrice Lorenzin and Nunzia De Girolamo) to resign from the government over a tax hike. The ministers obeyed, but made clear that they dissented from the decision; Quagliariello and Lorenzin announced that they might not join the new FI, while Alfano described himself "differently "berlusconiano"". The party's moderates, mainly Christian democrats as Alfano and Lupi (Roberto Formigoni, Carlo Giovanardi, etc.) and social democrats (Fabrizio Cicchitto, Maurizio Sacconi, etc.), sided with the ministers, while the hawks led by Daniela Santanchè, most of whom liberals (Antonio Martino, Denis Verdini, Giancarlo Galan, Renato Brunetta, Sandro Bondi, Niccolò Ghedini, Daniele Capezzone, etc.), supported the exit from the government.
Norberto Bobbio, Giovanni Spadolini, Altiero Spinelli, Giulio Andreotti, Alessandro Galante Garrone, Giancarlo Pajetta, Susanna Agnelli, Carlo Bo, Vittorio Foa, Primo Levi, Cesare Musatti, Tullio Regge, Bartolomeo Sorge, Umberto Veronesi, Alberto Cavallari, Luigi Firpo, Arrigo Levi, Piero Ottone, Franco Della Peruta, Furio Diaz, Giuseppe Galasso, Jean Strarobinski, Luigi Vittorio Ferraris, Roberto Gaja, Egidio Ortona, Sergio Romano, Natalia Ginzburg, Rita Levi-Montalcini, Margherita Hack, Lalla Romano, Adriana Zarri, Enzo Biagi, Oreste Del Buono, Giorgio Fattori, Luigi Ciotti, Inge Feltrinelli, Antonio Tabucchi, Lietta Tornabuoni, Ernesto Olivero, Madre Teresa di Calcutta, Indro Montanelli, Alberto Sordi, Cesare Romiti, Cino Chiodo, Giovanni Galliano, Piero Galliano, Ercole Tasca, Marcello Venturi, Giorgio Forattini, Barbara Spinelli, Michail Gorbačëv, Mike Bongiorno, Francesco Cossiga, Marcello Lippi, Gianluigi Buffon, Nazionale Italiana di Calcio Campione del Mondo 2006 (2006), Claudia Cardinale (2007), Alberto Bolaffi (2007), Mauro Mazza (2007, Franco Battiato (2008), Vittorio Feltri (2008), Rino Fisichella (2008), Uto Ughi (2008), Gianni Letta (2009), Alain Elkann (2009), Antonio Paolucci (2009), Sandro Bondi (2010), Vittorio Messori (2010), Massimo Ranieri (2010), Marcello Veneziani (2011), Brunello Cucinelli (2011), Ida Magli (2011), Ezio Greggio (2011), Bruno Vespa (2012), Carlo Verdone (2012), Maria Gabriella di Savoia (2012), Paola Pitagora (2012), Pupi Avati (2013), Giampaolo Pansa (2013), Roberto Napoletano (2013), Pier Francesco Pingitore (2013), Livio Berruti (2014), Lorella Cuccarini (2014), Mario Orfeo (2014), Enrico Vanzina (2014), Dario Ballantini (2015), Pietrangelo Buttafuoco (2015), Italo Cucci (2015), Maria Rita Parsi (2015), Antonio Patuelli (2015) .