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Sergio Reolon

Sergio Reolon (born 22 May 1951) is an Italian politician from Veneto.

Reolon was born in Caracas to an Italian family hailing from the Province of Belluno and lived part of his youth in Venezuela and Rhodesia, where his parents went to seek fortune as immigrants. Returned to Veneto, he joined the Italian Communist Party in 1972 and became provincial secretary of the party in Belluno in 1978. After a twenty-two-year experience as provincial councillor and minister, Reolon was elected president of the Province of Belluno in 2004, but was ousted in 2009 by Gianpaolo Bottacin. In the 2010 regional election he was elected to the Regional Council of Veneto for the Democratic Party.[1][2]


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