Bruno Ferrante

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Bruno Ferrante (born 26 April 1947 in Lecce) was Milan prefect from 8 June 2000 to November 2005. He ran in 2006 as a mayoral candidate in Milan for the centre-left coalition The Union, after having won a primary election with around 67.85% of votes. The other contender for the nomination was Dario Fo.[1]

Graduated in jurisprudence at University of Pisa, he is married with two children.

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  1. ^ McMahon, Barbara (31 January 2006). "Dario Fo loses contest to run for Milan mayoralty". The Guardian. Retrieved 31 January 2006. 

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