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Lia Quartapelle

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Succeeded by  in office
Profession  Politician
Education  University of Pavia
Alma mater  University of Pavia
Role  Italian Politician

Political party  Democratic Party
Name  Lia Quartapelle
Nationality  Italian
Religion  Roman Catholicism
Party  Democratic Party
Lia Quartapelle ICD Academy for cultural diplomacy Advisory Board Members
Born  15 August 1982 (age 33) Varese, Italy (1982-08-15)

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Lia Quartapelle (born 15 August 1982) is an Italian politician.

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Early life and career

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Quartapelle graduated in Economy at the University of Pavia and in 2007, she worked for a year as an economist with the Italian Development Cooperation in Mozambique, supporting the Mozambican government under Prime Minister Luísa Diogo in setting their development policies.

Member of Parliament, 2013–present

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Quartapelle was elected Deputy in the 2013 national elections. In parliament, Quartapelle serves on the Committee on Foreign and European Community Affairs, the Sub-Committee on Human Rights, the Sub-Committee on Sustainable Development, and the Sub-Committee on Africa and Global Affairs.

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In addition to her committee assignments, Quartapelle has been a member of the Italian delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe since 2015. She currently serves on the Committee on Political Affairs and Democracy.

By 2014, Quartapelle was widely mentioned as possible replacement for Federica Mogherini as Minister of Foreign Affairs in the government of Prime Minister Matteo Renzi.

In January 2016, Quartapelle was among a group of MPs who collected 118 signatures of a petition nominating the Afghan Cycling Federation women's team for the Nobel Peace Prize.

Quartapelle was one of Renzi’s supporters in his plan to reform the Italian electoral law in 2016.

Other activities

  • European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR), Member of the Council
  • Association of European Parliamentarians with Africa (AWEPA), Head of the Italian Section
  • Parliamentarians for Global Action (PGA), President of the Italian Chapter
  • Trilateral Commission, 2015 David Rockefeller Fellow
  • Women in International Security (WIIS), President of the Italian Chapter
  • References

    Lia Quartapelle Wikipedia


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