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Renzo Trivelli (3 May 1925 – 30 November 2015) was an Italian politician. He was a member of the Italian Communist Party and the Democratic Left Party. In 1956, he succeeded Enrico Berlinguer as leader of the Italian Communist Youth Federation, a position he held until 1960.

Renzo Trivelli
Secretary of the Italian Communist Youth Federation
In office
1956–1960
Preceded byEnrico Berlinguer
Succeeded byRino Serri
Member of the European Parliament
Parliamentary groupCOM
GUE / NGL
S & D
Personal details
Born3 May 1925
Livorno, Italy
Died30 November 2015(2015-11-30) (aged 90)
Political partyItalian Communist Party
Democratic Party of the Left

He was elected to the European Parliament in 1984, and then re-elected in 1989, to the lists of the PCI. He was vice president of the Delegation for relations with Hungary. After that, he was on the Committee on Development and Cooperation, the Delegation for relations with the Member States of ASEAN and the ASEAN Inter-Parliamentary Organization (AIPO). In 1993, Trivelli became a part of the Delegation to the EC-Turkey Joint Parliamentary Committee. In 1994, Trivelli was elected to the Committee on Foreign Affairs and Security.[1]

Trivelli died on 30 November 2015.[2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Renzo TRIVELLI".
  2. ^ "E' morto a 90 anni Renzo Trivelli, ex europarlamentare livornese Pci". il Tirreno. 30 November 2015.