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Matera
Matera water emergency over

Matera water emergency over

 
Rome
Ball in Italy's court now - Moscovici

Ball in Italy's court now - Moscovici

 
Rome
Won't be made look a fool - Salvini

Won't be made look a fool - Salvini

 
Rome
Leonardo may have had a squint - study

Leonardo may have had a squint - study

 
Rome
Growth slowing, foreign investors cutting BTP exposure - BoI

Growth slowing, foreign investors cutting BTP exposure - BoI

 
ROMA
Uruguay: parlamento approva legge su diritti dei transgender

Uruguay: parlamento approva legge su diritti dei transgender

 
Rome
Growth slowing, GDP up 0.1% in Q3 - Bank of Italy

Growth slowing, GDP up 0.1% in Q3 - Bank of Italy

 
SAN PAOLO
Brasile: Bolsonaro nega coinvolgimento in caso fake news

Brasile: Bolsonaro nega coinvolgimento in caso fake news

 
Brussels
M5S-League row over 'fiscal peace' rumbles on

M5S-League row over 'fiscal peace' rumbles on

 
Trento
Salvini says 'starting to get angry'

Salvini says 'starting to get angry'

 
SAN PAOLO
Brasile: Pt chiede che Bolsonaro sia dichiarato ineleggibile

Brasile: Pt chiede che Bolsonaro sia dichiarato ineleggibile

 
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Govt bios: other ministers

(ANSA) - Rome, November 16 - Ministerial bios: The new cabinet undersecretary to Italian Premier Mario Monti is Antonio Catricala'. Since 2005, the 59-year-old former magistrate has served as anti-trust chief. The new minister of relations with parliament is Piero Giarda, 75. Trained at Princeton and Harvard, Giarda was treasury undersec...
Govt bios: other ministers
(ANSA) - Rome, November 16 - Ministerial bios: The new cabinet undersecretary to Italian Premier Mario Monti is Antonio Catricala'.
Since 2005, the 59-year-old former magistrate has served as anti-trust chief.
The new minister of relations with parliament is Piero Giarda, 75.
Trained at Princeton and Harvard, Giarda was treasury undersecretary from 1995-2001, and was an economist at Milan's Universita' Cattolica university until now.
His role of forging ties between an appointed technocratic government and an elected parliament is seen as particularly delicate.
Renato Balduzzi, 56, is the new health minister.
He is a professor of constitutional law at Eastern Piedmont University. An expert in health policy, Balduzzi was until recently the president of Agenas, the national agency that oversees sanitation. Luisa Torchia, 54, is the new civil service minister.
She is a lecturer in administrative law in Rome. Corrado Clini, 64, has been named minister for the environment.
He is the former director-general of the same ministry.
Clini, a Harvard research fellow, has negotiated on behalf of Italy at the United Nations on issues pertaining to climate change.
Mario Catania, 60, is the new agriculture minister.
He was EU liaison chief at the same ministry.
Catania is considered an expert on European policy.
Enzo Moavero Milanesi, 57, is the new minister of EU affairs.
A judge at the EU Court of First Instance, he is a specialist in antitrust law.
Milanesi has acted as cabinet head under EU commissioners Filippo Maria Pandolfi and Premier-designate Mario Monti.
The new international cooperation (aid) minister is Andrea Riccardi, 61.
He is the founder and head of Catholic lay activist and conflict-mediation group Comunita' di Sant'Egidio. In 2003, Time Magazine named him one of 36 "modern heroes" of Europe for his professional and humanitarian endeavors.
He is also one of the few non-politicians to receive the prestigious Charlemagne prize for promoting a united Europe. Piero Gnudi, 73, is the new minister of tourism and sport. He is the head of Italian energy group ENEL.
In 1995-96 he was an economic advisor at the ministry of industry.
Gnudi is on the executive board of the influential Italian employers' group Confindustria.
(photo: Piero Gnudi)

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