Giancarlo Gentilini

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Giancarlo Gentilini
1st Mayor of Treviso
In office
5 December, 1994 – 9 June, 2003
Preceded by Gianfranco Gagliardi
Succeeded by Gian Paolo Gobbo
Personal details
Born Giancarlo Gentilini
(1929-08-03) August 3, 1929 (age 88)
Vittorio Veneto, Italy
Political party Lega Nord
Education University of Padua (J.D.)

Giancarlo Gentilini (born 3 August 1929 in Vittorio Veneto, Province of Treviso) has been Deputy Mayor and Mayor, of the city of Treviso, Italy.


Gentilini has worked as director at the legal bureau of the Cassamarca until his retirement. He has been mayor of Treviso for two consecutive administrations, from 1994[1] to 1998 and 1998 to 2003, with the party of the Northern League. In 2003, Paolo Gobbo was elected mayor; Gentilini became deputy mayor, as current legislation prevents mayors from serving more than two consecutive terms. Gentilini's support was decisive in the victory of Gobbo. Gentilini is a lawyer.


  1. ^ Fabio, Felicetti (6 December 1994). "a Treviso Tognana junior contro Tognana senior: lei coi lumbard, lui e' sconfitto". Corriere della Sera (in Italian). Retrieved 11 August 2010.