Giorgio La Malfa

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Giorgio La Malfa.

Giorgio La Malfa (born October 13, 1939)[1] is an Italian politician.

Biography[edit]

La Malfa was born in Milan, the son of Ugo La Malfa, a long-time Italian political leader and minister.[2]

La Malfa served as secretary of the Italian Republican Party from 1987 to 1993, when he stood down and was indicted to face trial over a corruption scandal.[3][4] He returned to politics in 1994,[5] and has since 2001 been president of the party.[6] From 2001 to 2005 he was President of the Finances Commission of the Italian Chamber of Deputies.[7] He was Italian minister for European Union Affairs from April 2005[8] until the elections of April 2006, when La Malfa's center-right coalition lost its majority; La Malfa was nonetheless elected to Parliament.[9]

Bibliography[edit]

  • Le innovazioni nella teoria dello sviluppo (1970)
  • L'Italia al bivio, ristagno o sviluppo (1985, with E. Grilli and P. Savona)
  • Le ragioni di una svolta (1992, with G. Turani)
  • L'Europa legata: i rischi dell'euro (2000)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Della Vedova, Benedetto (11 October 2003). "Catallassi: Benedetto Della Vedova intervista Giorgio La Malfa" (in Italian). Radio Radicale. 
  2. ^ "'Il metro e' anche di mio padre Ugo La Malfa'" (in Italian). La Repubblica. 24 November 1996. 
  3. ^ Cowell, Alan (3 March 1993). "Web of Scandal: A special report.; Broad Bribery Investigation Is Ensnaring the Elite of Italy". New York Times. 
  4. ^ "5 former party chiefs to go on trial in Italy". Toledo Blade. 25 May 1994. 
  5. ^ "BERLUSCONI ALLA CAMPAGNA D' EUROPA". La Repubblica. 30 May 1994. 
  6. ^ "Nasce il premier all'italiana. Oggi il voto finale" (in Italian). Corriere della Sera. 14 October 2005. 
  7. ^ "Pensioni. Pezzotta: questa non è una riforma. Sabato la decisione sullo sciopero generale". RAI News. 30 September 2003. 
  8. ^ Scherer, Steve (23 April 2005). "Berlusconi Heads New Government, Ends Coalition Fight". Bloomberg. 
  9. ^ Mistichelli, Stefania (11 April 2006). "Le Marche avranno 24 parlamentari" (in Italian). Il Quotidiano. 

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