Renzo Renzi

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Not to be confused with the Italian film-maker by the same name

Renzo Renzi (born 1956) is a Sammarinese politician. Renzi became a communist activist at the age of seventeen.[1] In 1983 he was a member of the secretariat of the Sammarinese Communist Party.[2] In October 1983 he was sworn in as one of the two Captains Regent (i.e. head of state of San Marino) for a six-month period. He was 37 years old at the time.[1]

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  1. ^ a b New York Times. WITH DUE POMP, SAN MARINO ENTHRONES 2 LEFTISTS
  2. ^ United States. Foreign Broadcast Information Service. Daily report: People's Republic of China, Ed. 31–40. National Technical Information Service, 1983. p. 188