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Craxi

(ˈkræksɪ)
n
(Biography) Bettino (beˈtiːno). 1934–2000, Italian socialist statesman; prime minister (1983–87)
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1987 - Socialist Prime Minister Bettino Craxi resigns after 3 1/2 years in power.
The time is 1983, a time of cassette tapes and cigarettes, 'Words' by FR David, the death of Luis Bunuel and the rise of Bettino Craxi.
Bettino Craxi was prime minister of which country in the mid 1980s?
Bruno S, Di Marco V, Iavarone M, Roffi L, Crosignani A, Calvaruso V, Aghemo A, Cabibbo G, Vigano M, Boccaccio V, Craxi A, Colombo M, Maisonneuve P.
Tunisia's Ambassador in Algiers Abdelmadjid el Ferchichi was received on Sunday at the Foreign Ministry where he was asked to provide clarifications about the statements attributed to Local Affairs and Environment Minister Riadh Mouakher on the fringes of the "Tunisia, Hope of the Mediterranean" conference organised recently in Rome by the Craxi foundation," the same source specified.
L'article reprend une declaration presumee du ministre intervenant hier a Rome, lors d'une conference intitulee [beaucoup moins que]Tunisie, espoir en Mediterranee[beaucoup plus grand que] et organisee par la fondation Craxi,
Giuliano Tardivo: Los socialismos de Bettino Craxi y Felipe Gonzalez, ?
Licata A, Maida M, Bonaccorso A, Macaluso FS, Cappello M, Craxi A.
Minister Craxi declares all the alarmism unwarranted, while the radiation in the air diminishes and level of contamination in vegetables rises.
Since 1983, the national government had been in the hands of Bettino Craxi, the leader of the PSI, allied with the Christian Democrats in a new version of the center-left partnership, now with a much more anti-communist orientation than it had had in the 1960s.
Mansueto P, Carroccio A, Seidita A, Di Fede G, Craxi A.
Camma C, Petta S, Cabibbo G, Ruggeri M, Enea M, Bruno R, Capursi V, Gasbarrini A, Alberti A, Craxi A; WEF Study Group.