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Onorevole
 Gianni De Michelis


In office
22 July 1989 – 28 June 1992
Prime Minister Giulio Andreotti
Preceded by Giulio Andreotti
Succeeded by Vincenzo Scotti

Born 26 September 1940 (1940-09-26) (age 69)
Venice, Italy
Nationality Italian
Political party Italian Socialist Party
New Italian Socialist Party
Italian Socialist Party (2007)
Profession Politician
Religion Methodist

Gianni De Michelis (born on 26 November 1940 in Venice) is an Italian politician.

Contents

Political career

His political experience starts with the Italian Socialist Party where he was elected to the council of Venice. He got elected for the first time to the Italian Parliament in 1976 and was elected again in 1979, 1983, 1987, 1992 and 2006. He was Minister for State's Participation from 1980 to 1983. He then became Minister of Work in 1986 (with Bettino Craxi as President of the Council). His career however reached the top with his nomination to the Vice-Presidency of the Council in 1988-1989. He became Minister for Foreign Affairs in 1989 and kept that post until 1992.

Between 1993 and 2001, during the so called "judicial storm of Mani Pulite", was accused of curruption along with many of the socialists MPs and regional administrators. Within more than 35 different trails, apart from the numerous favorable verdicts, he has been convicted of corruption and was sentenced to 1 year and 6 months (negotiated) in Venice for highways bribes in Veneto and to 6 months for illegal financing (Enimont bribe, also negotiated).

New start

In 1996 De Michelis founded a political movement named the Socialist Party with Ugo Intini and other former Italian Socialist Party (PSI) members, which later was joined by the Socialist League of Claudio Martelli and Bobo Craxi to form the New Italian Socialist Party (NPSI) in 2001. He was elected secretary of the new party at the first congress.

De Michelis was a Member of the European Parliament for Southern with the NPSI, and was therefore a Non-Inscrit in the European Parliament whilst awaiting the acceptance of his party's request of membership in the Socialist Group. He sat in the Committee on Industry, Research and Energy, and was a substitute for the Committee on Legal Affairs, a member of the Delegation for relations with the People's Republic of China and a substitute for the Delegation to the Euro-Mediterranean Parliamentary Assembly.

His leadership however had been contested in the congress of October 2005 where the son of Bettino Craxi, Bobo Craxi claimed to have been declared secretary after De Michelis had left the hall declaring the Congress void. This led Bobo to open a judicial case. The judge, on the second verdicts, gave unquestionably confirmed the right to use the symbol and the secretacy to Gianni De Michelis.

At the elections of 2006 he was elected MP for the Italian parliament but gave his seat to Lucio Barani since he decided to stay in the European Parliament. In October 2007, De Michelis merged his small Socialist Party–De Michelis organisation into join the newly-formed Socialist Party, a new party made up of the diaspora of the historical Italian Socialist Party. At this time, De Michelis along with fellow former NPSI MEP Alessandro Battilocchio were admitted into the parliamentary group of the Party of European Socialists.

Education

Career

  • 1963-1972: Voluntary assistant and then Professor of general chemistry (University of Padua)
  • Town councillor (1964-1980 and 1990-1995) and councillor with responsibility for urban planning (1969) of the municipality of Venice
  • 1972-1980: lecturer in general chemistry (University of Venice)
  • 1980-1999: associate Professor
  • 1976: Member of the PSI national party executive, responsible for organisation of the party at national level
  • 1976-1994: Member of the Chamber of Deputies of Italy
  • 1980-1983: Minister for State Holdings
  • 1983-1986: Minister of Labour
  • 1987-1988: Chairman of the PSI deputies
  • 1988-1989: Deputy Prime Minister
  • 1989-1992: Foreign Minister
  • 1992-1993: national Vice-Secretary of the PSI
  • 1997-2001: national Secretary of the PS
  • Chairman (1984-1992) and member of the Executive Committee (since 2001) of the ASPEN Institute in Italy
  • since 2001: national Secretary of the New Italian Socialist Party
  • since 2002: Chairman of IPALMO — Institute for Latin America and the Middle East
  • since 2003: European member of the ASEM Task Force
  • 2004-2007: Member of the European Parliament, Non-Inscrit.
  • 2007-2009: Member of the European Parliament, Socialist Group.

See also: European Parliament election, 2004 (Italy)

External links

Political offices
Preceded by
Giulio Andreotti
Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs
1989–1992
Succeeded by
Vincenzo Scotti

Onorevole
 Gianni De Michelis
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In office
22 July 1989 – 28 June 1992
Prime Minister Giulio Andreotti
Preceded by Giulio Andreotti
Succeeded by Vincenzo Scotti

Born 26 September 1940 (1940-09-26) (age 70)
Venice, Italy
Nationality Italian
Political party Italian Socialist Party
New Italian Socialist Party
Italian Socialist Party (2007)
Profession Politician
Religion Methodist

Gianni De Michelis (born on 26 November 1940 in Venice) is an Italian politician.

Contents

Political career

His political experience starts with the Italian Socialist Party where he was elected to the council of Venice. He got elected for the first time to the Italian Parliament in 1976 and was elected again in 1979, 1983, 1987, 1992 and 2006. He was Minister for State's Participation from 1980 to 1983. He then became Minister of Work in 1986 (with Bettino Craxi as President of the Council). His career however reached the top with his nomination to the Vice-Presidency of the Council in 1988-1989. He became Minister for Foreign Affairs in 1989 and kept that post until 1992.

Between 1993 and 2001, during the so called "judicial storm of Mani Pulite", was accused of curruption along with many of the socialists MPs and regional administrators. Within more than 35 different trails, apart from the numerous favorable verdicts, he has been convicted of corruption and was sentenced to 1 year and 6 months (negotiated) in Venice for highways bribes in Veneto and to 6 months for illegal financing (Enimont bribe, also negotiated).

New start

In 1996 De Michelis founded a political movement named the Socialist Party with Ugo Intini and other former Italian Socialist Party (PSI) members, which later was joined by the Socialist League of Claudio Martelli and Bobo Craxi to form the New Italian Socialist Party (NPSI) in 2001. He was elected secretary of the new party at the first congress.

De Michelis was a Member of the European Parliament for Southern with the NPSI, and was therefore a Non-Inscrit in the European Parliament whilst awaiting the acceptance of his party's request of membership in the Socialist Group. He sat in the Committee on Industry, Research and Energy, and was a substitute for the Committee on Legal Affairs, a member of the Delegation for relations with the People's Republic of China and a substitute for the Delegation to the Euro-Mediterranean Parliamentary Assembly.

His leadership however had been contested in the congress of October 2005 where the son of Bettino Craxi, Bobo Craxi claimed to have been declared secretary after De Michelis had left the hall declaring the Congress void. This led Bobo to open a judicial case. The judge, on the second verdicts, gave unquestionably confirmed the right to use the symbol and the secretacy to Gianni De Michelis.

At the elections of 2006 he was elected MP for the Italian parliament but gave his seat to Lucio Barani since he decided to stay in the European Parliament. In October 2007, De Michelis merged his small Socialist Party–De Michelis organisation into join the newly-formed Socialist Party, a new party made up of the diaspora of the historical Italian Socialist Party. At this time, De Michelis along with fellow former NPSI MEP Alessandro Battilocchio were admitted into the parliamentary group of the Party of European Socialists.

Education

Career

  • 1963-1972: Voluntary assistant and then Professor of general chemistry (University of Padua)
  • Town councillor (1964–1980 and 1990–1995) and councillor with responsibility for urban planning (1969) of the municipality of Venice
  • 1972-1980: lecturer in general chemistry (University of Venice)
  • 1980-1999: associate Professor
  • 1976: Member of the PSI national party executive, responsible for organisation of the party at national level
  • 1976-1994: Member of the Chamber of Deputies of Italy
  • 1980-1983: Minister for State Holdings
  • 1983-1986: Minister of Labour
  • 1987-1988: Chairman of the PSI deputies
  • 1988-1989: Deputy Prime Minister
  • 1989-1992: Foreign Minister
  • 1992-1993: national Vice-Secretary of the PSI
  • 1997-2001: national Secretary of the PS
  • Chairman (1984–1992) and member of the Executive Committee (since 2001) of the ASPEN Institute in Italy
  • since 2001: national Secretary of the New Italian Socialist Party
  • since 2002: Chairman of IPALMO — Institute for Latin America and the Middle East
  • since 2003: European member of the ASEM Task Force
  • 2004-2007: Member of the European Parliament, Non-Inscrit.
  • 2007-2009: Member of the European Parliament, Socialist Group.

See also: European Parliament election, 2004 (Italy)

External links

Political offices
Preceded by
Giulio Andreotti
Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs
1989–1992
Succeeded by
Vincenzo Scotti

Template:Members of the European Parliament 2004–2009


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