2019 in Italy
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Events during the year 2019 in Italy.
- 14–17 February – Scheduled date for the 2019 Italian Basketball Cup, to be played in Florence
- 1 March – 1 September – The 22nd Triennial is scheduled to be held in Milan
- 31 March – Several tens of thousands of people marched in support of the ultra-Conservative World Congress of Families on Sunday, on the final day of their conference in northern Italy.
- 24 June – The International Olympic Committee awards the 2026 Winter Olympics to Milan and Cortina d'Ampezzo, beating Stockholm-Åre.
- 24 July – New Mayor of Predappio announced plans to open Mussolini crypt to the public all year round. Mr Canali said he wanted to promote the tomb as a tourist attraction to boost the local economy.
- 9 August – The deputy prime minister and leader of the League Matteo Salvini called for new elections, and announced a no-confidence vote on the government backed by his party in a coalition with the Five Star Movement.
- 21 August – Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte resigns.
- 3 September – The Five Star Movement members voted in favor of a coalition with the Democrats, under the premiership of Conte.
- 4 September – The Conte II Cabinet was sworn in.
- 27 October – The centre-right coalition composed of mr Salvini's League, far-right Brothers of Italy and Berlusconi's Forza Italia wins 2019 Umbrian regional election. becoming the first centre right government in Umbria in more than 50 years.
- 12 – 21 December – 2019 Winter Deaflympics held in Province of Sondrio for nine days.
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- 2 January – Michele Caccavale, politician, Deputy (b. 1947).
- 6 January – Angelo Ziccardi, politician, Senator (b. 1928).
- 7 January – Alfredo Arpaia, politician, Deputy (b. 1940).
- 9 January
- 10 January – Erminio Boso, politician, Senator (b. 1945).
- 19 January – Mario Bertoncini, composer, pianist, and music educator (b. 1932).
- 20 January – Evloghios, Orthodox bishop, Primate of the Holy Synod of Milan (b. 1935).
- 21 January – Giuseppe Minardi, racing cyclist (b. 1928).
- 25 January
- 4 February – Giampiero Artegiani, Italian singer-songwriter, lyricist and producer (b. 1955)
- 9 February – Mario Gerla, Italian computer scientist and engineer (b. 1943)
- 10 February
- 13 February – Miranda Bonansea, Italian actress (b. 1926)
- 15 February – Adriano Ossicini, Italian politician (b. 1920)
- 19 February – Giulio Brogi, Italian actor (b. 1935)
- 21 February – Maurizio Clerici, Italian Olympic rower (b. 1929)
- 23 February – Marella Agnelli, Italian art collector and socialite (b. 1927)
- 24 February – Giovanni Piana, Italian philosopher (b. 1940)
- 5 April – Gianfranco Leoncini, Italian footballer (b. 1939)
- 19 April – Massimo Marino, television presenter and actor (b. 1960)
- 5 June – Elio Sgreccia, Italian cardinal (b. 1928)
- 7 June – Nello Governato, Italian footballer (b. 1938)
- 8 June – Renzo Patria, Italian politician (b. 1933)
- 10 June – Mario Mangiarotti, Italian fencer (b. 1920)
- 11 June
- 13 June – Rosario Parmegiani, Italian water polo player (b. 1937)
- 15 June – Franco Zeffirelli, film director and politician (b. 1923)
- 17 June
- 20 June
- 25 June – Giuseppe Fabiani, Italian Roman Catholic bishop (b. 1926)
- 26 June – Loredana Simioli, Italian actress (b. 1978)
- 30 June – Giovanni Giavazzi, Italian politician (b. 1920)
- 1 July
- 2 July – Francesco Pontone, Italian politician (b. 1927)
- 3 July – Vasco Tagliavini, Italian professional football player and coach (b. 1937)
- 5 July
- 7 July – Salvatore Angerami, Italian Roman Catholic prelate (b. 1956)
- 9 July – Domenico Bova, Italian politician (b. 1946)
- 10 July – Valentina Cortese, Italian actress (b. 1923).
- 13 July
- 14 July – Nereo Laroni, Italian politician (b. 1942)
- 17 July
- 18 July – Luciano De Crescenzo, Italian writer, film actor, director and engineer (b. 1928)
- 20 July
- 22 July – Giuliana Morandini, Italian writer and literary critic (b. 1938)
- 24 July – Sergio Di Giulio, Italian actor (b. 1945)
- 16 August – Felice Gimondi, Italian racing cyclist (b. 1942)
- 29 August – Achille Silvestrini, Italian cardinal (b. 1923)
- 2 September – Andrea Gemma, Italian Roman Catholic prelate (b. 1930)
- 7 September – Alberto Cerreti, Italian politician (b. 1939)
- 10 September
- 13 September – Bruno Grandi, Italian sports executive (b. 1934)
- 15 September – Roberto Villetti, Italian politician (b. 1944)
- 17 September – Fabio Buzzi, Italian motorboat builder and racer (b. 1943)
- 19 September – Luigi Bommarito, Italian Roman Catholic archbishop (b. 1926)
- 23 September – Walter Nicoletti, Italian football manager (b. 1952)
- 27 September – Dante Bernini, Italian Roman Catholic prelate (b. 1922)
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- McKenna, Josephine (24 July 2019). "Right-wing mayor of Mussolini's birthplace pushes to open dictator's crypt to public all year round". The Telegraph.
- Milan, Tom Kington (24 July 2019). "Benito Mussolini's tomb opens all year to meet demand". The Times.
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- E’ morto l’ex deputato di Forza Italia Michele Caccavale (in Italian)
- Matera, addio all'ex senatore del Pci Angelo Ziccardi (in Italian)
- Morto l'ex parlamentare napoletano Alfredo Arpaia (in Italian)
- "Immunologist Aiuti dies, maybe suicide". ansa.it. 9 January 2019. Retrieved 11 January 2019.
- Paolo Paoloni, è morto il megadirettore galattico di Fantozzi (in Italian)
- Morto Enzo Erminio Boso, ex senatore della Lega Nord (in Italian)
- Cordoglio della Chigiana per la morte del maestro Bertoncini (in Italian)
- Скончался председатель Миланского Синода ИПЦ Митрополит Евлогий (in Russian)
- Giuseppe Minardi morto, 'Pipaza' era la maglia rosa più vecchia (in Italian)
- Como piange Renzo Pigni L'ex sindaco è morto nella notte (in Italian)
- Morto Giampiero Artegiani, vinse il Festival di Sanremo con «Perdere l'amore» Archived 9 February 2019 at the Wayback Machine (in Italian)
- In Memoriam: Computer science professor and former department chair Mario Gerla MS ’70, PhD ’73
- Addio a Bernardo, l'ultimo partigiano Se ne è andato a 99 anni (in Italian)
- Morta Maura Viceconte, la maratoneta italiana ancora primatista dei 10.000 metri (in Italian)
- Si è spenta Miranda Bonansea, leggenda del doppiaggio italiano: era nata a Mondovì nel 1926 (in Italian)
- E' morto Adriano Ossicini, ex partigiano, parlamentare e ministro: salvò molti ebrei romani dalla deportazione (in Italian)
- Morto Giulio Brogi (in Italian)
- È morto l'olimpionico Maurizio Clerici (in Italian)
- E' morta Marella Agnelli, moglie dell'Avvocato Gianni (in Italian)
- E' morto il filosofo Giovanni Piana. Era legato al territorio meratese (in Italian)
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- "E' morto l'ex Juve Gianfranco Leoncini". Calciomercato.com | Tutte le news sul calcio in tempo reale.
- È morto Massimo Marino, personaggio cult delle notti romane (in Italian)
- È morto Gianni De Michelis (in Italian)
- Bioetica: morto il card. Elio Sgreccia, “padre” della bioetica (in Italian)
- Nello Governato è morto/ Addio all’ex ds della Lazio di Cragnotti: aveva 80 anni (in Italian)
- È morto Renzo Patria, storico esponente democristian (in Italian)
- Cardiologo a Bergamo e super campione di scherma: addio a Mario Mangiarotti, aveva 98 anni (in Italian)
- È morto il senatore Domenico De Simone, fu sindaco di Torremaggiore, senatore e deputato (in Italian)
- È morto Enrico Nascimbeni a Milano, aveva 59 anni (in Italian)
- Valeria Valeri: muore a 97 anni l'attrice dal sorriso garbato (in Italian)
- Addio a Rosario Parmegiani, oro olimpico a Roma '60 (in Italian)
- Legendary Italian director Franco Zeffirelli dies aged 96
- È morto Salvatore Senese, ex magistrato e politico, tra i fondatori di Magistratura Democratica (in Italian)
- È morto Remo Vigni, l'ultimo in vita dei Carlino's Boys (in Italian)
- Rocca di Papa, il sindaco Emanuele Crestini è morto da eroe: è uscito per ultimo per salvare i dipendenti (in Italian)
- Bolzano in lutto, è morto Gino Pasqualotto (in Italian)
- Lutto in Diocesi, monsignor Fabiani è salito alla Casa del Padre (in Italian)
- È morta l’attrice Loredana Simioli. In un video la sua lotta contro il cancro (in Italian)
- È morto Giovanni Giavazzi, una vita di impegno civile (in Italian)
- Sport, muore ex pluricampionessa italiana (in Italian)
- Cinema: morto Ennio Guarnieri (in Italian)
- Addio a Pontone, il nonno dei nonni (in Italian)
- Morto a 81 anni Vasco Tagliavini, ex calciatore dell’Inter e stimato allenatore (in Italian)
- Morto Ugo Gregoretti: il regista romano aveva 88 anni (in Italian)
- Paolo Vinaccia er død (in Norwegian)
- Morto monsignor Angerami, addio al vescovo ausiliare di Napoli (in Italian)
- È morto l'ex parlamentare Mimmo Bova (in Italian)
- Valentina Cortese, Italian Actress Nominated for Oscar, Dies at 96
- Morto Augusto Fantozzi, fu ministro e commissario Alitalia (in Italian)
- Collège cardinalice: décès du card. italien Paolo Sardi (in French)
- Morto Nereo Laroni. Si è spento al'ospedale di Mestre dopo un intervento (in Italian)
- Andrea Camilleri è morto, addio al papà di Montalbano (in Italian)
- Il tennis italiano piange la morte di Beppe Merlo Archived 17 July 2019 at the Wayback Machine (in Italian)
- Roma, Luciano De Crescenzo è morto nella sua casa romana (in Italian)
- È morta Marisa Merz, l’unica donna esponente dell’arte povera (in Italian)
- Addio all'attrice Ilaria Occhini, aveva 85 anni (in Italian)
- Morta la scrittrice Giuliana Morandini (in Italian)
- È morto Sergio Di Giulio, doppiatore storico di Dan Aykroyd nella saga Ghostbusters (in Italian)
- Addio a Felice Gimondi: l'ex corridore è morto a 76 anni
- Addio a Silvestrini, uno dei protagonist della diplomazia vaticana (in Italian)
- Bishop Andrea Gemma, F.D.P. †
- Addio a Cerreti, fu presidente della Provincia (in Italian)
- Strage di Bologna, è morto Stefano Delle Chiaie (in Italian)
- Morto Salvatore Mannuzzu, addio a 89 anni al grande scrittore sardo (in Italian)
- "Gymnastics federation president Grandi dies". ESPN. 13 September 2019. Retrieved 13 September 2019.
- Ciao Roberto (in Italian)
- Motorboat racer Fabio Buzzi one of three killed in boat crash in Venice
- E' tornato alla casa del Padre il vescovo Luigi Bommarito (in Italian)
- È morto Walter Nicoletti, ex allenatore di Empoli, Trapani, Cesena e Spal (in Italian)
- È morto don Dante Bernini, il vescovo della pace e della nonviolenza (in Italian)
- Gorizia in lutto: morta a 111 anni Cecilia Seghizzi (in Italian)