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Stefano Valdegamberi

Stefano Valdegamberi (Badia Calavena, 6 May 1970) is an Italian politician from Veneto.

A member of Christian Democracy (DC) since the late 1980s, after the disbandment of that party, Valdegamberi joined the Christian Democratic Centre (CCD) in 1994. He was first elected to the Regional Council of Veneto in 2005 for the Union of Christian and Centre Democrats (UDC) and was regional minister of Local and Social Affairs in Galan III Government (2005–2010). Re-elected in 2010, he was appointed floor leader of the Union of the Centre (UdC).[1]

On 2 April 2013 Valdegamberi introduced a bill in order to call a referendum on Veneto's independence by the end of the year.[2][3][4][5] A month later, he left the UDC over disagreements with the party's leadership and formed a Christian-democratic regional party, Popular Future, along with other two regional councillors.[6][7]

References

  1. ^ http://www.consiglioveneto.it/crvportal/pageContainer.jsp?p=5&n=5&c=1&e=12&t=0&key=401
  2. ^ http://www.consiglioveneto.it/crvportal/pageContainer.jsp?n=80&p=84&c=5&e=88&t=0&idNotizia=23517
  3. ^ http://indipendenzaveneta.net/progetto-di-legge-342/
  4. ^ http://indipendenzaveneta.net/valdegamberi-e-lanzarin-sullindipendenza-del-veneto/
  5. ^ http://www.nordesteuropa.it/stories/home_venezie_post/14598_referendum_sullindipendenza_via_alliter_grazie_a_valdegamberi/#.UV1G1MomMYM
  6. ^ http://www.liberoquotidiano.it/news/politica/1234795/Veneto--nasce-in-Consiglio-regionale-il-gruppo--Futuro-Popolare-.html
  7. ^ http://www.larena.it/stories/Cronaca/510668_udc_valdegamberi_espulso_e_attacca_casini_e_de_poli/
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