Marta Vincenzi

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Marta Vincenzi
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Mayor of Genoa
In office
28 May 2007 – May 2012
Preceded by Giuseppe Pericu
Succeeded by Marco Doria
Member of the European Parliament
In office
20 July 2004 – 29 June 2007
Personal details
Born (1947-05-27) 27 May 1947 (age 69)
Genoa, Italy
Nationality Italian
Political party Democratic Party
Other political
Democrats of the Left
Democratic Party of the Left
Italian Communist Party
Residence Genoa, Italy

Marta Vincenzi (born 27 May 1947) is an Italian politician and former Mayor of Genoa. She was previously a Member of the European Parliament for the North-West of Italy with the Democrats of the Left (DS), part of the Socialist Group from 2004 until she resigned on 29 June 2007.

Vincenzi was born in Genoa. She sat on the European Parliament's Committee on Transport and Tourism, and was a substitute for the Committee on Regional Development and the Committee on Women's Rights and Gender Equality. She was also a member of the Delegation for relations with the Mashreq countries. In May 2007 Marta Vincenzi became mayor of Genoa with the Democratic Party. In February 2012 she ran in a primary election to seek a second term as mayor, but lost to independent candidate Marco Doria.[1]


  • Graduate in philosophy
  • Director of studies at an institute of higher education
  • Member of the provincial and regional executives of the Italian Communist Party, the Democratic Party of the Left, and the DS
  • Member of the DS national executive
  • 1990: Member of the Municipal Council of Genoa with responsibility for educational institutions, IT, decentralisation and personnel
  • 1993-2002: chairman of the Council of Genoa Province
  • since 2002: Municipal Councillor and training adviser delegated by the Provincial Council for the metropolitan area
  • 2003: Vice-Chairman of the company Sistema logistico dell'Arco ligure alessandrino s.r.l.
  • 2004: Member of the Board of Directors of the International Institute of Communications of Genoa

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Niri, Raffaele (13 February 2012). "Primarie a Genova: vittoria di Doria". La Repubblica. Retrieved 14 February 2012. 

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European Parliament
Preceded by
Member of the European Parliament
Succeeded by
Political offices
Preceded by
Giuseppe Pericu
Mayor of Genoa
Succeeded by
Marco Doria