Federico D'Incà

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Federico D'Incà
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Minister for Parliamentary Relations
Assumed office
5 September 2019
Prime MinisterGiuseppe Conte
Mario Draghi
Preceded byRiccardo Fraccaro
Member of the Chamber of Deputies
Assumed office
15 March 2013
ConstituencyVeneto 2
Personal details
Born (1976-02-10) 10 February 1976 (age 45)
Belluno, Veneto, Italy
NationalityItalian
Political partyFive Star Movement
Alma materUniversity of Trento

Federico D'Incà (born 10 February 1976) is an Italian politician, member of the Chamber of Deputies for the Five Star Movement. On 5 September 2019 he was appointed as Minister for Parliamentary Relations in the Conte II Cabinet.[1][2][3]

Early life and career[edit]

D'Incà graduated in economics and commerce from the University of Trento. He was an IT management systems analyst in a private company until 2013, and previously was a senior manager in a multinational large-scale retail trade and quality manager in a robotics and automation company. He is a managing director of the Italy–USA Foundation.[4]

Politics[edit]

In the 2013 general elections he was elected deputy of the 17th legislature of the Italian Republic in the Veneto 2 constituency for the Five Star Movement. since 17 December 2013 he has been the group leader of the M5S in the Chamber of Deputies, taking over from Alessio Villarosa of which he was already deputy group leader. Riccardo Nuti, previously the group leader, however, remained officially president of the group for technical-bureaucratic reasons due to the parliamentary organization until 4 September 2014 when his predecessor Villarosa officially became one.

On 26 March 2015 he officially became president of the M5S parliamentary group, thus legally representing the group in administrative and bureaucratic areas.

In 2016 he held the role of vice president of the Parliamentary Commission of Inquiry for the digitization of the Public Administration.

Re-elected in 2018 again with the M5S, he was appointed quaestor of the Chamber of Deputies. He is a member of the Budget, Treasury and Planning Commission, the Communication and External Information Committee, the Supervisory Committee on Documentation Activities, the Personnel Affairs Committee, the Security Committee.

On 5 September 2019 he has been appointed Minister for Relations with the Parliament of the Conte II Government. On 3 October 2019 he also received the delegation for the Reforms.

He remained in office in the Draghi Cabinet.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Here is Italy's new cabinet in full". www.thelocal.it. Retrieved 2020-01-02.
  2. ^ "VII. Fall of The Orlando Cabinet", Italy at the Paris Peace Conference, Columbia University Press, pp. 184–200, 1938-12-31, doi:10.7312/albr91646-010, ISBN 978-0-231-88476-1
  3. ^ "Italy's New Government: Conte Releases Cabinet List". Italics Magazine. 2019-09-04. Retrieved 2020-01-02.
  4. ^ Fondazione Italia USA, Staff Fondazione Italia USA

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