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  1. Enrico Letta (* 20. August 1966 in Pisa) ist ein italienischer Politiker ( PD) und Politikwissenschaftler. Vom 14. März 2021 bis zum 12. März 2023 war er Vorsitzender des Partito Democratico. Letta war vom 28. April 2013 bis zum 22. Februar 2014 Ministerpräsident Italiens. [1] .

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Enrico_LettaEnrico Letta - Wikipedia

    Enrico Letta (Italian: [enˈriːko ˈlɛtta]; born 20 August 1966) is an Italian politician who served as Prime Minister of Italy from April 2013 to February 2014, leading a grand coalition of centre-left and centre-right parties. He was the leader of the Democratic Party (PD) from March 2021 to March 2023.

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  3. 10. Apr. 2024 · Both countries and the Commission would like to find in it concrete and ambitious recommendations and asked the former Italian head of government, Enrico Letta, to write this report. The report is now available.

  4. Biography. Enrico Letta served as Prime Minister of Italy in 2013-2014 and as leader of the Italian Democratic Party in 2021-2023. He entered politics in 1998, after working as an academic. He was Minister of European affairs in 1998, Minister of Industry in 1999-2001, and Member of the European Parliament from 2004-2009.

  5. ENRICO LETTA SPEED, SECURITY, SOLIDARITY Empowering the Single Market to deliver a sustainable future and prosperity for all EU Citizens MUCH MARKET MORE MUCH MARKET THAN A MORE April 2024

  6. 17. Apr. 2024 · Der ehemalige italienische Ministerpräsident Enrico Letta empfiehlt daher Reformmaßnahmen – und mehr Europa. Das Handelsblatt analysiert die Vorschläge. Olga Scheer, Carsten Volkery 17.04.2024...

  7. 19. Apr. 2024 · With the release of his much-anticipated report on the future of the Single Market, Enrico Letta has provided the opportunity for Europe to reconsider its approach to this cornerstone of the European Union.