About: Marco Fedi

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Marco Fedi (born 1958 in Ascoli Piceno, Italy), emigrated to Australia in 1983, is an Italian politician representing Italians living abroad. He was elected to the Italian Chamber of Deputies in the 2006 general elections, as an overseas candidate for the centre-left coalition L'Unione (The Union) and re-elected in the 2008 for Democratic Party (Italy) with 12 409 personal votes. Fedi is a member of the Italian Democratic Party of the Left (DS). He was on the same ticket as Nino Randazzo who was elected to the Italian Senate.

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  • Marco Fedi (born 1958 in Ascoli Piceno, Italy), emigrated to Australia in 1983, is an Italian politician representing Italians living abroad. He was elected to the Italian Chamber of Deputies in the 2006 general elections, as an overseas candidate for the centre-left coalition L'Unione (The Union) and re-elected in the 2008 for Democratic Party (Italy) with 12 409 personal votes. Fedi is a member of the Italian Democratic Party of the Left (DS). He was on the same ticket as Nino Randazzo who was elected to the Italian Senate. Fedi was an elected member of the Comitato degli Italiani All'Estero (Com.It.Es.) for Melbourne but resigned after his election in the Parliament. He is also the Vice Secretary of the (CGIE). (en)
  • Marco Fedi (Ascoli Piceno, 13 aprile 1958) è un politico italiano. (it)
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  • Marco Fedi (Ascoli Piceno, 13 aprile 1958) è un politico italiano. (it)
  • Marco Fedi (born 1958 in Ascoli Piceno, Italy), emigrated to Australia in 1983, is an Italian politician representing Italians living abroad. He was elected to the Italian Chamber of Deputies in the 2006 general elections, as an overseas candidate for the centre-left coalition L'Unione (The Union) and re-elected in the 2008 for Democratic Party (Italy) with 12 409 personal votes. Fedi is a member of the Italian Democratic Party of the Left (DS). He was on the same ticket as Nino Randazzo who was elected to the Italian Senate. (en)
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  • Marco Fedi (en)
  • Marco Fedi (it)
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