Mirko Tremaglia

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Mirko Tremaglia

Mirko Tremaglia (17 November 1926 – 30 December 2011) was an Italian politician. He was a Minister without portfolio with specific responsibility for Italians abroad from 2001 to 2006.[1][2] As a young man he fought for Italy in World War II. He was also a co-founder of the Italian Social Movement, and a former leader of the National Alliance. Tremaglia died at his home in Bergamo in northern Italy, after a long illness (Parkinson's disease)[3]

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  1. ^ II Governo Berlusconi (June 2001 - April 2005) Governo Italiano (official website of the Italian government)
  2. ^ III Governo Berlusconi (23.04.2005 - 17.05.2006) Governo Italiano (official website of the Italian government)
  3. ^ Right-wing politician who battled for the right of Italians to cast ballots from abroad dies The Washington Post, 30 December 2011