Forza Italia [nb 1] (translated to "Forward Italy" [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] or "Let's Go Italy", [14] [15] [16] [17] FI ) was a centre-right political party in Italy with liberal-conservative , [2] [18] [19] Christian-democratic , [3] [7] [20] liberal [7] [20] [21] and populist [4] [5] [6] tendencies, as well as a significant social-democratic minority. [3] Its leader was Silvio Berlusconi , four times Prime Minister of Italy .

In November 2008 the national council of the party, under the chairmanship of Alfredo Biondi , voted to merge Forza Italia into The People of Freedom (PdL), [29] Berlusconi's new political vehicle, whose official foundation took place in March 2009.

Forza Italia was formed in 1993 by Silvio Berlusconi , a successful businessman and owner of four of the main private television stations in Italy, along with Antonio Martino , Mario Valducci , Antonio Tajani , Marcello Dell'Utri , Cesare Previti and Giuliano Urbani .

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The blue and yellow grave is located in the cemetery of Mariano Comense in Como, Lombardy, and belongs to Carlo Annoni, a 61-year-old nurse who died in April. Along with his partner of 36 years, Corrado Spanger, Annoni was a campaigner for LGBT rights in Italy, and Spanger decorated the burial site in their favourite colours, with photos of his late partner.

But a councillor from Silvio Berlusconi's Forza Italia party, Andrea Ballabio, said the grave was "too showy and colourful". Ballabio said the design was "almost an insult to the other deceased and their loved ones" and announced a motion to be presented to the local council, calling for new norms to be introduced regarding the shapes and colours permitted in the cemetery.

"We believe that everyone has the right to determine, as they believe best, how to commemorate a deceased person. The motion presented by Forza Italia is insensitive and out of place," said Giovanni Boschini, the organization's local president, in a statement. Boschini also expressed his closeness to Spanger and called on other political parties to "strongly oppose" the motion if it was not withdrawn.

Forza Italia [nb 1] (translated to "Forward Italy" [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] or "Let's Go Italy", [14] [15] [16] [17] FI ) was a centre-right political party in Italy with liberal-conservative , [2] [18] [19] Christian-democratic , [3] [7] [20] liberal [7] [20] [21] and populist [4] [5] [6] tendencies, as well as a significant social-democratic minority. [3] Its leader was Silvio Berlusconi , four times Prime Minister of Italy .

In November 2008 the national council of the party, under the chairmanship of Alfredo Biondi , voted to merge Forza Italia into The People of Freedom (PdL), [29] Berlusconi's new political vehicle, whose official foundation took place in March 2009.

Forza Italia was formed in 1993 by Silvio Berlusconi , a successful businessman and owner of four of the main private television stations in Italy, along with Antonio Martino , Mario Valducci , Antonio Tajani , Marcello Dell'Utri , Cesare Previti and Giuliano Urbani .

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Forza Italia [nb 1] (translated to "Forward Italy" [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] or "Let's Go Italy", [14] [15] [16] [17] FI ) was a centre-right political party in Italy with liberal-conservative , [2] [18] [19] Christian-democratic , [3] [7] [20] liberal [7] [20] [21] and populist [4] [5] [6] tendencies, as well as a significant social-democratic minority. [3] Its leader was Silvio Berlusconi , four times Prime Minister of Italy .

In November 2008 the national council of the party, under the chairmanship of Alfredo Biondi , voted to merge Forza Italia into The People of Freedom (PdL), [29] Berlusconi's new political vehicle, whose official foundation took place in March 2009.

Forza Italia was formed in 1993 by Silvio Berlusconi , a successful businessman and owner of four of the main private television stations in Italy, along with Antonio Martino , Mario Valducci , Antonio Tajani , Marcello Dell'Utri , Cesare Previti and Giuliano Urbani .


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