Giulio Andreotti

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Andreotti, Giulio


Born Jan. 14, 1919, in Rome. Italian state and political figure.

A lawyer by education, Andreotti has worked as a journalist. He began his political activity in the Catholic youth movement. In 1944 he became a member of the National Council of the Christian Democratic Party (CDP). He has been a member of Parliament continuously since 1948. Between 1954 and 1968, Andreotti held positions in several Italian governments; he was at different times minister of internal affairs, minister of finance, minister of the treasury, minister of defense, and minister of industry and commerce. In 1968 he was elected chairman of the CDP members in the Chamber of Deputies.

In 1972 and 1973 and again from 1976 to 1979, Andreotti was president of the Council of Ministers of Italy. In the period from 1973 to 1976 he served as minister of defense, minister for the budget and economic planning, and minister for southern affairs.

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1995 Former Italian Premier Giulio Andreotti is indicted for consorting with the Mafia.
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The by then national president of the FUCI, Giulio Andreotti, who would nevertheless join the ranks of the Christian Democrats in mid-1944, had criticised a year earlier the older cohort for wanting to erase the Fascist totalitarian past with a 'sponge stroke' and for considering the Italian defunct regime as 'an incidental parenthesis in the historical process of our country'.
The grotesque tinge that consequently characterizes the film finds in Sorrentino's Il divo (2008), with which it shares the editor Cristiano Travaglioli, an important reference point--especially in its treatment of Giulio Andreotti, as will be discussed below.
O'Rawe studia le interpretazioni di quattro attori, Riccardo Scamarcio, Kim Rossi Stuart, Toni Servillo e Nanni Moretti, che hanno portato sullo schermo rispettivamente il terrorista Sergio Segio, il criminale Renato Vallanzasca, il politico Giulio Andreotti e l'imprenditore/politico Silvio Berlusconi.
No fue una casualidad que Aldo Moro y Giulio Andreotti, junto con una numerosa y selecta cohorte de estudiosos, catedraticos y profesionales, engrosasen progresivamente la militancia de la recien nacida Democracia Cristiana, el partido fundado por Alcide De Gasperi el 8 de septiembre de 1943, el cual, gracias al firme apoyo de Pio XII y del episcopado italiano, acabaria poniendose al frente del nuevo Estado democratico y republicano.
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