Remo Sernagiotto

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Remo Sernagiotto
Personal details
Born(1955-09-01)1 September 1955
Montebelluna, Italy
Died29 November 2020(2020-11-29) (aged 65)
Political partyEuropean People's Party
ProfessionEuropean Parliament member, Politician

Remo Sernagiotto (1 September 1955 – 29 November 2020) was an Italian politician from Veneto.


Sernagiotto was born in Montebelluna. A long-time Christian Democrat, he was first elected to the Regional Council of Veneto in 2000 regional election for Forza Italia (FI). He was re-elected to the Regional Council of Veneto in 2005 regional election for FI and he became floor leader of his party, often being a vocal critic of President Giancarlo Galan (FI). Re-elected for The People of Freedom (PdL) in 2010 regional election, he was appointed regional minister of Social Affairs in Zaia I Government.[1][2]

In the 2014 European Parliament election Sernagiotto was elected member of the European Parliament (MEP) for the newly organised Forza Italia and subsequently resigned as regional minister.[3] In July 2015 he left FI and the European People's Party, along with fellow MEP Raffaele Fitto, in order to join the European Conservatives and Reformists Group (ECRG) under the newly formed Italian Conservatives and Reformists (CR) party. In January 2017 he and Fitto (with other politicians in Italy) formed Direction Italy (DI), a new party created by CR with other minor parties.

Investigation for corruption[edit]

In 2018 he was investigated for corruption in relation to a 3 million euro public funds issue.[4]


  1. ^ "Consiglio Regionale Veneto - Il Consiglio".
  2. ^ "Home Giunta - Sito Ufficiale della Regione Veneto". Archived from the original on 2010-08-20. Retrieved 2010-08-27.
  3. ^ "Sernagiotto ha scelto Strasburgo - Regione - Il Mattino di Padova". 8 July 2014.
  4. ^ "Corruzione per Ca' della Robinia: ora Sernagiotto rischia il processo".

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