DAlema

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D'A•le•ma

(dəˈleɪ mə)
n.
Massimo, born 1949, premier of Italy since 1998.
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Politicians from Italy's governing centre-left coalition scrambled yesterday to agree on a candidate for prime minister to succeed Mr Massimo D'Alema and clear the way for his resignation as the price for a stunning electoral defeat.
Italian Foreign Minister Lamberto Dini will visit North Korea in late March, Prime Minister Massimo D'Alema said Friday.
And Italian Premier Massimo D'Alema has also called for a halt to the bombing.
Mr Blair had discussed the EU crisis by telephone with Austrian Chancellor Victor Klima and Italian Prime Minister Massimo D'Alema this morning.
Summary: Italian Former Minister Massimo D'Alema said on Monday that the discussions over the candidacy of commander of the Lebanese Armed Forces, General Michel Suleiman, are the result of the efforts made by himself and his French and Spanish counterparts, Bernard Kouchner and Miguel Angel Moratinos, respectively, during their last visit to Lebanon.
Amato, 62, became prime minister again in April this year, following the resignation of his predecessor Massimo D'alema amid confusion within the ruling coalition and its defeat in local elections.
ROME: Italian premier Mr Massimo D'Alema handed in his resignation last night, a day after his centre-left forces suffered a stinging blow in regional elections.
Italian PM Massimo D'Alema has also called for a halt to the bombing.
ROME, March 24 Kyodo Italian Prime Minister Massimo D'Alema on Tuesday urged visiting Chinese President Jiang Zemin to normalize China's diplomatic ties with the Vatican.
Asked about Monica at a news conference with Italian Prime Minister Massimo D'Alema, he said he did not see her TV interview.
On Tuesday, Former Italian Prime Minister Massimo D'Alema arrived in Tehran on the latest regional and international developments and the bilateral ties.
and regulations and other controls on small arms are important in this context," Kono was quoted as saying during a 20-minute meeting with former Italian Prime Minister Massimo D'Alema.