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Craxi

(ˈkræksɪ)
n
(Biography) Bettino (beˈtiːno). 1934–2000, Italian socialist statesman; prime minister (1983–87)
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When Bettino Craxi was prime minister (1986-1987), RAI broadcasted the film very late at night and with a very ambiguous introduction to mitigate the film's message.
Camma C, Giunta M, Fiorica F, Pagliaro L, Craxi A, Cottone M.
Craxi and other corrupted politicians to build a teeming picture.
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. The place is northern Italy, specifically a villa in Lombardy where the Perlmans spend their summers and Christmases; Mr Perlman (Michael Stuhlbarg) is a professor -- of history, or perhaps archaeology -- who every year brings a graduate student to help him over the summer.
Bettino Craxi was prime minister of which country in the mid 1980s?
"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.