Synonyms for spadolini or Related words with spadolini
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The exterior was designed by Italian architect Tommaso
in Florence, while the interior design is by Salvagni Architetti of Rome. The naval architecture is by Axis Group Yacht Design.
II Cabinet was a cabinet of the Italian Republic. It held office in 1982.
was born in Florence in 1925. In his youth, working in a public library,
was a republican and fascist-aligned activist, and wrote for the periodical "Italia e Civiltà" ("Italy and Civilization"), near to Giovanni Gentile, and in a number,
explicited his anti-Masonry, anti-liberalism and anti-semitism. In 1944, during the Italian Civil War, he joined in to the Italian Social Republic.
I Cabinet was a cabinet of the Italian Republic. It held office from 1981 to 1982.
(21 June 1925 – 4 August 1994) was a Republican Italian politician, the 44th Prime Minister of Italy, newspaper editor, journalist and a historian.
The 7th G7 summit was the first summit for French President François Mitterrand, Italian Prime Minister Giovanni
, Japanese Prime Minister Zenko Suzuki and U.S. President Ronald Reagan.
served as Ministro dei Beni e delle Attività culturali (Minister for Cultural Assets and Activities) from 1974 to 1976.
The 8th G7 summit was the last summit for German Chancellor Helmut Schmidt, Italian Prime Minister Giovanni
and Japanese Prime Minister Zenko Suzuki.
He was Treasury Secretary from October 1980 to December 1982 in the government of Arnaldo Forlani and the two governments of Giovanni
. In July 1982 a quarrel with the socialist Minister of Finance Rino Formica brought down the
government. He did not participate in the following governments of Bettino Craxi and Giulio Andreotti, especially since he was skeptical of the economic policies that these adopted.
In June 1981
became Prime Minister of Italy, the first non-Christian Democrat to do so following 1945. Under
, an urgent decree outlawing all secret lodges, such as Propaganda Due (which included numerous members of previous governments and of military forces), was approved. Spadolini's second government fell in November 1983 due to a strife between Beniamino Andreatta (DC) and Rino Formica, ministers of the Treasury and Finances respectively.
At the 1983 general election the PRI gained its best result ever (5.1%) and became the third largest party, after DC and PCI, in several Italian cities, notably including Turin.
was Minister of Defence from 1983 to 1987, under Bettino Craxi (PSI). Following the 1987 general election,
was elected president of the Italian Senate, an office he would retain until 1994, and was replaced by Giorgio La Malfa as party leader.
In the 1980s, for the first time since 1945, two governments were led by non-Christian Democrat Premiers: a Republican (Giovanni
) and a Socialist (Bettino Craxi); the DC remained however the main force supporting the government.
In the 1980s, for the first time since 1945, two governments were led by non-Christian Democrat Premiers: the republican Giovanni
and the socialist Bettino Craxi; the Christian Democracy remained however the main force supporting the government.
Bodrato was Minister of Education from 1980 and 1982 (Forlani and
I/II cabinets), then, in 1982-1983, Minister of Economic Balance in the Fanfani V cabinet. After a period as DC's vice-secretary under Ciriaco De Mita and then Arnaldo Forlani, he was again minister, this time of Industry and Commerce, in 1991-1992 (Andreotti VII Cabinet).
In Italy, after a new president is elected, the government resigns. The PCI expected Pertini to use his influence in their favour. But the President was influenced by other political leaders like Giovanni
of the Italian Republican Party and Bettino Craxi of the Italian Socialist Party, and the PCI remained out of the government.
In 1982, after a political crisis between the Minister of the Treasury Beniamino Andreatta (DC) and the Minister of Finances Rino Formica (PSI),
resigned and formed a new cabinet identical to the former, that collapsed in November when Bettino Craxi's Socialist Party withdrew support.
The government of Ciriaco De Mita did not survive to this vote: declining Italian Republican Party fired its leader Giovanni
, and the new secretary Giorgio La Malfa retired his support to the old PM. The Christian Democracy so chose a very expert new PM: Giulio Andreotti.
The vote of the Senators for life was not decisive, as three (Gianni Agnelli, Francesco Cossiga and Giovanni Leone) voted in favour of the government, three were absent (Carlo Bo, Norberto Bobbio and Amintore Fanfani) and five voted against (Giulio Andreotti, Francesco De Martino, Giovanni
and Paolo Emilio Taviani and Leo Valiani).
The immediate consequence of the kidnapping was the exclusion of PCI from any government cabinet in the following years. Although increasingly weakened, DC remained the main government party until 1994 (although in 1981, for the first time since the formation of the Italian Republic Giovanni
, a non-Christian Democrat, became premier in a DC-based alliance).
Zamberletti was the first Italian Minister of Civil Protection starting from 1982 (
I and II Cabinets), a position he held also under the two following Bettino Craxi-led cabinets. In the Forlani cabinet he was Minister of Public Works. In 1992 he was elected to the Italian Senate. In 2004-2009 he was president of the Confederation of Italian Entrepreneurs Worldwide.
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