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Pan-Italic Congress
Congresso Panitalico (Italian)
Congreso Panitálico (Spanish)
Congrès Panitalique (French)
Panitalienisch Kongress (German)
Politico-economic union
Type
Type Unicameral
Leadership
President of the Congress
Flag of the Repubblica Romana 1798 Gian Mario Spacca, PISD
since March 17, 2012
Minority Leader Flag of South Italy (1861 HF) Raffaele Fitto, PIMF
since March 17, 2012
History
Structure
Members 60
Pan-Italic Congress Diagram, 2012 (1861 HF).svg
Political groups      PISD (40)
     PIMF (9)
     Independents (7)
     LN–IP (4)
Election
Voting system IRV
Last election 17 March 2012
Next election March 2017
Meeting place
Palazzo Statale
via Torquato Tasso 8
Bergamo
Milan

The Pan-Italic Congress is the political body of the FIN.

Members

Every member of the FIN has 3 delegates.

Amalfi

  • Antonio Iannone (President, LN–IP)
  • Alfonso del Pizzo (Prime Minister, PIMF)
  • Vincenzo De Luca (Minister of Internal Affairs, PISD)

Bologna

  • Simonetta Saliera (President, PISD)
  • Walter Vitali (Prime Minister, PISD)
  • Daniele Manca (Minister of Internal Affairs, PISD)

Friuli

  • Renzo Tondo (President, PIMF)
  • Claudio Pedrotti (Prime Minister, PISD)
  • Sergio Cecotti (Minister of Internal Affairs, PISD)

Genoa

  • Massimo Federici (Secretary of the PISD)
  • Fiorenzo Fallaci (Prime Minister, PISD)
  • Danilo Medina (Governor of N. Sampierdarena, Independent)

Lucca

  • Stefano Baccelli (President, PISD)
  • Alessandro Tambellini (Prime Minister, PISD)
  • Andrea Tagliasacchi (Minister of Internal Affairs, PISD)

Mantua

  • Alessandro Pastacci (Secretary of the Monarchic Affairs, PISD)
  • Nicola Sodano (Prime Minister, PIMF)
  • Vittorio Prodi (Minister of Internal Affairs, PISD)

Milan

  • Matteo Salvini (President and Secretary of LN–IP)
  • Roberto Maroni (Prime Minister, LN–IP)
  • Giuliano Pisapia (Minister of Internal Affairs, PISD)

Modena

Naples

  • Luigi De Magistris (Secretary of the Monarchic Affairs, PISD)
  • Stefano Rodotà (Prime Minister, Independent)
  • Raffaele Fitto (Minister of Internal Affairs and Minority Whip of the Congress, PIMF)

Parma

  • Vincenzo Bernazzoli (Prime Minister, PISD)
  • Federico Pizzarotti (Minister of External Affairs, Independent)
  • Corrado Truffelli (Minister of Internal Affairs, PIMF)

Pisa

  • Enrico Letta (President, PISD)
  • Federico Gelli (Prime Minister, PISD)
  • Enrico Rossi (Minister of Internal Affairs, PISD)

Rome

  • Nicola Zingaretti (President, PISD)
  • Enrico Gasbarra (Prime Minister, PISD)
  • Gian Mario Spacca (President of the Congress, PISD)

San Marino

  • Lorella Stefanelli (Captain Regent, PIMF)
  • Nicola Renzi (Captain Regent, PIMF)
  • Marco Gatti (Secretary of the PIMF)

Sardinia

  • Renato Soru (President, PISD)
  • Ugo Cappellacci (Prime Minister, PIMF)
  • Francesco Pigliaru (Minister of Internal Affairs, PISD)

Sicily

  • Raffaele Lombardo (President, Independent)
  • Leoluca Orlando (Prime Minister, PISD)
  • Rosario Crocetta (Minister of Internal Affairs, PISD)

Trieste

  • Roberto Cosolini (President, PISD)
  • Maria Teresa Bassa Poropat (Prime Minister, PISD)
  • Riccardo Illy (Minister of Internal Affairs, PISD)

Turin

  • Roberto Cota (President, Independent)
  • Piero Fassino (Prime Minister, PISD)
  • Alberto Avetta (Minister of Internal Affairs, PISD)

Tuscany

  • Andrea Barducci (Secretary of the Monarchic Affairs, PISD)
  • Matteo Renzi (Prime Minister, PISD)
  • Fabrizio Mattei (Minister of Internal Affairs, PISD)

Umbria

  • Catiuscia Marini (President, PISD)
  • Marco Vinicio Guasticchi (Prime Minister, PISD)
  • Marco Locchi (Minister of Internal Affairs, PISD)

Venice[1]

  • Luca Zaia (President, LN–IP)
  • Luigi Brugnaro (Prime Minister, Independent)
  • Vittorio Zappalorto (Minister of Internal Affairs, Independent)

Notes

  1. The three Venetian seats will be abolished on March 2017 (when the terms expire), as the nation decided to leave the FIN on 25 June 2016.

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