Angelo Ciocca

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Angelo Ciocca
Member of the European Parliament
for North-West Italy
Assumed office
7 July 2016
Personal details
Born (1975-06-28) 28 June 1975 (age 46)
Pavia, Italy
Political partyLeague

Angelo Ciocca (born 28 June 1975) is an Italian politician and member of the European Parliament.[1]

On 7 July 2016 he succeeded at the European Parliament to Gianluca Buonanno, who died on 5 June in a car accident.

On 23 October 2018 he trampled on a letter from the EU Commissioner for Economic and Monetary Affairs Pierre Moscovici on the rejection of the Italian government financial law, boasting then the gesture in that the shoe had been produced in Italy, even if he still getting a salary from the Commission .[2]


Ciocca had been suspected of consorting with the Italian criminal organization 'Ndrangheta in Pavia in 2009.[3]

Judicial proceedings[edit]

In January 2019 he was sentenced to 1 year and 6 months (with conditional suspension of the sentence and non-mention) as part of the penal trial concerning the Lombardy Region reimbursement scandal.[4]


  1. ^ "Angelo CIOCCA". European Parliament. Retrieved 3 January 2017.
  2. ^ Angelo Ciocca: “Scarpa su fogli di Moscovici? Rigorosamente italiana. All’inizio mi ha scambiato per suo collaboratore”
  3. ^ "La Lega e la 'ndrangheta, incontri elettorali con un consigliere regionale - Il Fatto Quotidiano". 16 July 2010.
  4. ^ Rimborsopoli Lombardia, 52 condanne. C'è anche il capogruppo della Lega al Senato