|President of Umbria|
30 March 2010 – 17 April 2019
|Preceded by||Maria Rita Lorenzetti|
|Succeeded by||Fabio Paparelli|
|Member of the European Parliament|
for Central Italy
16 May 2008 – 13 July 2009
|Born||25 September 1967|
|Political party||Democratic Party|
Catiuscia Marini graduated in political science with an international political orientation at the University of Perugia.
After holding the posts of city councilor and deputy mayor of the same city, in 1998 Marini was elected mayor of Todi and held the office until 2007. In 2000 she was named by UNICEF as ideal defender mayor of children for its activities in support of projects for the protection of children's rights.
Catiuscia Marini was MEP between 2008 and 2009; she was a member of the parliamentary group of the European Socialist Party and of the Internal Market and Consumer Protection Commission and of the delegation for the Maghreb countries. She ran again for the European Parliament in 2009, but was not elected.
On 16 April 2019, following an inquiry by the prosecutor's office of Perugia on alleged wrongdoings in the employment of the Umbrian health system (in which she was investigated for abuse of office, revelation of official and false secret), Marini announced her resignation as president of the region. On 7 May she justified in the umbrian legislative assembly her resignation, that was rejected on the 18 May by the same assembly; finally, she confirmed the resignation two days later.
- Umbrian regional election, 2010
- Inchiesta sanità Umbria, Marini indagata
- Il 7 Maggio verranno discusse le dimissioni di Catiuscia Marini
- Inchiesta sanità Umbria, respinte le dimissioni della Marini (anche con il suo voto) | Pd: ora lasci
- Marini conferma dimissioni: «Per correttezza e rispetto per istituzioni». Nel Pd Orfini attacca
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