Marina Sereni

Marina Sereni (born 8 May 1960) is an Italian politician.[1][2] She was the Vice President of the Italian Democratic Party [3] and has been Vice President of the Chamber of Deputies from 2013 to 2018.[2]

Marina Sereni
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Deputy President of the Chamber of Deputies
In office
21 March 2013 – 23 March 2018
PresidentLaura Boldrini
Preceded byRosy Bindi
Succeeded byMara Carfagna
Vice-President of the Democratic Party
In office
7 November 2009 – 15 December 2013
Preceded bynone
Personal details
Born (1960-05-09) 9 May 1960 (age 60)
Foligno, Italy
Political partyDemocratic Party
Other political
affiliations
Communist Party (before 1991)
Democratic Party of the Left
(1991-1998)
Democrats of the Left
(1998-2007)

BiographyEdit

Marina Sereni was born in Foligno in 1960 to Joseph and Ines Sereni, both of whom worked on the railways. She graduated from the "Federico Frezzi Foligno" School and then moved to Perugia.[1]

She enrolled in the Italian Communist Youth Federation (FGCI) in 1974, and later joined the Communist Party. Following this she entered the Democratic Party of the Left, and subsequently the Democrats of the Left.[1] She became the Head of Budget, Economic Planning and Social Policy in 1993 and was elected in the constituency of Umbria in 2001.[4] She was elected to the Chamber of Deputies in 2001 in the single-member constituency of Foligno, for the center-left coalition. Since December 2001, member of the national secretariat of the DS, at first with foreign law enforcement officer and later as head of the organization.

She was confirmed in 2006 election, a candidate in the constituency in the list of the Olive Tree in Umbria. In the XV Legislature is a member of the Defence Committee. It is the deputy chairman of the Chamber of Deputies. From 23 May 2007, was one of 45 members of the National Committee for the Democratic Party, which brought together the leaders of the future members of the PD. Among the constituents of the Democratic Party, elected in the primary elections of October 14, 2007, is now part of the Commission's Statute of PD. She was re-elected to the Chamber in the 2008 election. From 7 November 2009 to 15 December 2013 she was Vice President of the Democratic Party, along with Ivan Scalfarotto.

Engagement in the Chamber of Deputies as a candidate of the Democratic Party in the constituency list Umbria in view of the Italian election of 2013 in which she was re-elected deputy. On 21 March 2013 she was elected Vice-President of the Chamber of Deputies.[2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c Biography on Marina Sereni's Website, Retrieved 19/06/2013
  2. ^ a b c Website of the Italian Parliament, Retrieved 19/06/2013
  3. ^ List of ministers in the Italian Government, Retrieved 19/06/2013
  4. ^ Democratic Party Website Archived 2013-06-05 at the Wayback Machine, Retrieved 19/06/2013