Massimo D'Alema

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Massimo D'Alema
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53rd Prime Minister of Italy
In office
21 October 1998 – 25 April 2000
PresidentOscar Luigi Scalfaro
Carlo Azeglio Ciampi
DeputySergio Mattarella
Preceded byRomano Prodi
Succeeded byGiuliano Amato
President of the COPASIR
In office
26 January 2010 – 15 March 2013
Preceded byFrancesco Rutelli
Succeeded byGiacomo Stucchi
Deputy Prime Minister of Italy
In office
17 May 2006 – 8 May 2008
Prime MinisterRomano Prodi
Preceded byGiulio Tremonti
Succeeded byAngelino Alfano
Minister of Foreign Affairs
In office
17 May 2006 – 8 May 2008
Prime MinisterRomano Prodi
Preceded byGianfranco Fini
Succeeded byFranco Frattini
Member of the European Parliament
In office
20 luglio 2004 – 27 April 2006
Vice President of the Socialist International
In office
29 October 2003 – 29 June 2008
PresidentAntónio Guterres
George Papandreou
In office
11 September 1996 – 7 November 1999
PresidentPierre Mauroy
President of the Democrats of the Left
In office
6 November 1998 – 14 October 2007
Preceded byGiglia Tedesco Tatò
Succeeded byPosition abolished
Secretary of the Democrats of the Left
In office
12 February 1998 – 6 November 1998
Preceded byPosition established
Succeeded byWalter Veltroni
Secretary of the Democratic Party of the Left
In office
1 July 1994 – 12 February 1998
Preceded byAchille Occhetto
Succeeded byPosition abolished
Member of the Chamber of Deputies
In office
2 July 1987 – 19 July 2004
Secretary of the Italian Communist Youth Federation
In office
3 April 1975 – 12 June 1980
Preceded byRenzo Imbeni
Succeeded byMarco Fumagalli
Personal details
Born (1949-04-20) 20 April 1949 (age 70)
Rome, Lazio, Italy
Political partyDemocratic and Progressive Movement
Other political
affiliations
PCI (1963–1991)
PDS (1991–1998)
DS (1998–2007)
PD (2007–2017)
MDP (2017–present)
Height1.74 m (5 ft 9 in)
Spouse(s)Linda Giuva
Children2
WebsiteOfficial website

Massimo D'Alema (Italian pronunciation: [ˈmassimo daˈlɛma]; born 20 April 1949)[1] is an Italian politician. He was the 53rd Prime Minister of Italy from 1998 to 2000. Later he was Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs from 2006 to 2008.

References[change | change source]

  1. "Page on D'Alema at Chamber of Deputies website". Camera.it. Retrieved 2013-07-01.