Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Antonio Martino (born December 22, 1942) is an Italian politician, who has been Minister of Foreign Affairs in 1994 and Italian Minister of Defense from 2001 to 2006. He is a founding member of Forza Italia, holding party card no. 2. Born at Messina, he is the son of Gaetano Martino, former Foreign Minister and prominent member of the late Italian Liberal Party (PLI). In mid-the 1980s he was unsuccessful candidate for the post of PLI secretary. A member of the Italian Parliament, he was first elected in 1994, re-elected in 1996 and 2001.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Radio 101 is the channel owned by the Maltese Nationalist Party. The Nationalist Party is one of two major contemporary political parties in Malta, along with the Labour Party. It was founded by Dr Fortunato Mizzi in 1880 as the Anti-Reform Party, opposing taxation decreed by the British colonial authorities and measures to Anglicise the educational and the judicial systems. The presence of Italian refugees from the Risorgimento gave the party a liberal constitutionalist character (which caused friction between Mizzi and the Church in the Party''s early days) and a pro-Italian stance which lasted until the Second World War.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. National Alliance was formed by Gianfranco Fini from the Italian Social Movement, the ex-neo-fascist party, which was declared dissolved in January 1995, and conservative elements of the former Christian Democracy, which had disbanded in 1994 after two years of scandals and various splits due to corruption at its highest levels, exposed by the Mani Pulite investigation, and the Italian Liberal Party, disbanded in the same year. Former MSI members were however still the bulk of the new party. The logo followed a template very similar to the Democratic Party of the Left, with the previous logo in a small circle. The name was suggested by an article on the Italian newspaper Il Tempo written in 1992 by Domenico Fisichella, a prominent conservative academic. In January 1995 a party congress officially proclaimed the dissolution of MSI, the rejection of most MSI''s ideological stances and the establishment of National Alliance.
The unification of the Kingdom of Italy in 1861 and the subsequent invasion of the Roman capital in 1870 sparked opposition from Church authorities critical of the termination of Papal sovereignty, reinforcing anti-clerical and secularist sentiment among many royal political leaders. Here the manner in which the religious city of Rome was remade into a modern liberal capital is addressed by considering the competing French and British models of urbanism and conservation operative during the late nineteenth-century alongside the governing policies of Pope Pius IX and the later Risorgimento initiatives of successive Destra, Sinistra, and Giolittian parliaments. Functioning as a backdrop for an analysis of the policies of the Risorgimento king and his government, the Corso Vittorio Emanuele II is explored in respect to the Development Plans of 1873 and 1883, a selection of unofficial counterproposals, and the official Variant of 1886. The conclusion demonstrates that an Italian affinity for British political and conservation models resulted in a decisively modern approach to urbanism and a surprisingly respectful treatment of sacred space.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Anthony Rota is a Canadian politician. He is a current member of the Canadian House of Commons, representing the riding of Nipissing Timiskaming for the Liberal Party. Rota holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Wilfrid Laurier University, a diploma in finance from Algonquin College, and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Ottawa. Prior to his election, Rota worked for the Industrial Research Assistance Program as Regional Manager for Ontario. He has also served with the Canadian Technology Network in Ottawa, and has worked in the private sector. Rota is fluent in French, Spanish, Italian and English.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Italian Democratic Social Party was a social-liberal political party in Italy. It was formed for the 1919 general election by the union of the Constitutional Democratic Party with several other parties of the liberal left. In that occasion the PDSI, that was especially strong in Southern Italy, gained 10.9% of the vote and 60 seats in the Chamber of Deputies, while in 1921 it won 4.7% of the vote and 29 seats. The party took part to the governments of Benito Mussolini until July 1924 as other liberal groups and was later disbanded. After World War II some of its members joined the Labour Democratic Party, a centre-left outfit.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Federalist Party was a federalist Italian political party. It was launched as Federalist Union (Unione Federalista) on 1 June 1994 by Gianfranco Miglio, an influent Senator and political scientist who left Lega Nord in May over disagreements with Umberto Bossi, and Umberto Giovine, an ex-Socialist who was at the time member of Forza Italia. In July 1995 the group was strengthened by the joining of eleven deputies: all former members of Lega Nord, who had previously joined the Federalist Italian League and the Federalists and Liberal Democrats.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Valdotanian Renewal is a social-liberal Italian political party. It was founded in 2006 by a split from the Valdotanian Union (UV), led by former President of Region Carlo Perrin. Those dissidents wanted closer ties with the Italian centre-left parties of The Union and to continue the original path of UV. In the 2006 general election, RV was affiliated to the Autonomy Liberty Democracy (ALD) coalition, composed of the Democrats of the Left (DS), Democracy is Freedom Daisy, Forward Valley, Lively Aosta Valley, the Communist Refoundation Party, the Federation of the Greens and other minor parties. ALD elected a deputy, Roberto Rolando Nicco (DS), and a senator, Carlo Perrin himself, defeating respectively Marco Viérin (Edelweiss Aosta Valley) and Augusto Rollandin (Valdotanian Union).
Vincenzo da Filicaja (30 December 1642 24 September 1707) was an Italian poet. Vincenzo da Filicaja was born in Florence to an ancient and noble family. From an incidental notice in one of his letters, stating the amount of house rent paid during his childhood, his parents must have been in easy circumstances, and the supposition is confirmed by the fact that he enjoyed all the, advantages of a liberal education, first under the Jesuits of Florence, and then in the University of Pisa.