Roberto Maroni Obituary, Death – Beginning on the 15th of March 1955 and continuing until the 22nd of November 2022 He was a politician from Italy who came from the city of Varese and had served in the past as the leader of the Lombardy region. He was the leader of the Northern League, which was a political organization that pushed for the autonomy or independence of Padania or Northern Italy. He was a member of the Chamber of Deputies of the Italian Republic from 1992 to 2013, and he was always elected in Lombard constituencies.
His term ended in 2013. He was the Interior Minister of the Italian Republic between the years 1994 and 1995, as well as between the years 2008 and 2011. He also served in that capacity between the years 2008 and 2011. In the year 1990, he was victorious in the election held in Varese for the position of Province Secretary of the Northern League. In the same year, he won a seat on the Varese town council and has been serving there ever since.
After still another year had gone, he was ultimately selected to serve as the Chairman of the Northern League Parliamentary Group. This selection came after he had been a candidate for the position. In addition to this, he joined the Federal Council of the party and fiercely campaigned on behalf of the Northern League prior to the first Cabinet being selected by Silvio Berlusconi as Prime Minister.
In addition, he was a member of the first Berlusconi administration and served as the Minister of the Interior from 1994 until 1995. This administration was led by Berlusconi. In addition to this, he held the position of Minister of Labor and Welfare in both of Berlusconi’s second and third cabinets, beginning in the year 2001 and continuing until May of 2006. In April 2006, not long after Berlusconi’s bid for re-election was narrowly defeated by Romano Prodi, Maroni asserted that there were issues with the election that were comparable to those that occurred in Florida during the presidential election in the year 2000.
This was shortly after Berlusconi’s bid for re-election had been narrowly defeated by Romano Prodi. “The level of pegging is very much on par with the occurrences that took occurred in Florida. Whether you have one vote more or one vote fewer than your opponent determines whether you win or lose the competition “he had stated In the wake of the electoral triumph of the center-right coalition in the Italian elections that took place in 2008, Maroni was given the position of Minister of the Interior in Italy’s Berlusconi IV Cabinet.