Massimo Calearo

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Massimo Calearo Ciman (born 23 November 1955 in Vicenza) is an Italian entrepreneur and former politician from Veneto. Chairman of Calearo Antenne spa, the family company producing antennas. <http://www.infomotori.com/auto/imprenditori-innovatori-massimo-calearo-ciman-ed-antenne-calearo-spa_108708/> Before entering politics he held several leadership roles within Confindustria, at local and national level. Despite being a liberal-conservative, at the 2008 general election Calearo headed the list of the centre-left Democratic Party (PD) and was elected to the Italian Chamber of Deputies. However he soon found that the party was too left-wing for him and in November 2009 took part to the foundation of Alliance for Italy (ApI) with Francesco Rutelli.[1]

After having launched Alliance for Veneto (ApV) in April 2010,[2] in September Calearo left ApI in order to support Silvio Berlusconi's government.[3]

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  2. ^ "Calearo fa il leghista bianco. “Lancio Alleanza per il Veneto” » Rassegna stampa ApI Veneto". Alleanzaperlitalia-veneto.it. Retrieved 2011-06-13. 
  3. ^ "Calearo lascia Rutelli «Da bolscevichi nel Pd minacce di morte»". Archiviostorico.corriere.it. 2009-12-24. Retrieved 2011-06-13.