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Franco Frattini

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Date of Birth March 14, 1957
Age 65 years, 9 months, 5 days
Place of Birth Rome
Country Italy
Profession Judge
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Franco Frattini Biography

Franco Frattini is a famous Judge, who was born on March 14, 1957 in Italy. As European Commissioner he promoted a “visa facilitation agreement between the European Community and the Russian Federation” (2007/340/EC: Council Decision of 19 April 2007), which however led to the expulsion of countless citizens Europeans domiciled for a long time in Russia on the basis of annual visas, which due to the introduction by the agreement of a limit of stay in the territory of maximum 90 days out of 180 were forced to leave the country, not being able to reside on the spot on the basis of unlimited annual visas as happened in the past. Article 5 of the law of the Russian Federation 25/7/2002 n.115, provides in fact the limit of 90 days of stay only to those who are not subject to the visa regime, but the agreement drawn up by Frattini extends this limit to all the citizens of the Union. According to Astrologers, Franco Frattini's zodiac sign is Pisces.

In 1994 he becomes member of Silvio Berlusconi’s newly-founded Forza Italia party and is named Secretary-General of Presidency of the Council of Ministers during the Berlusconi I Cabinet in 1994–1995. He was Minister for Public Administration and later Minister for Regional Affairs in the following technocratic Dini Cabinet (1995–1996).

From 1984 he was State Attorney and magistrate of the Regional Administrative Court (TAR) in Piedmont. In 1986 Frattini was named member of the Italian Council of State and legal adviser of the Treasury Ministry.

From 1996 to 2001 he was chairman of the parliamentary committee for the supervision of intelligence (COPACO), elected by unanimous vote of the majority and the opposition.

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In 1996 Frattini is a candidate to the elections within the Pole for Freedoms, the electoral coalition of Forza Italia. He was elected in the northern constituency of Bolzano – Laives.

Franco Frattini Net Worth

Franco is one of the richest Judge & listed on most popular Judge. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Franco Frattini net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.

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Franco Frattini (born 14 March 1957 in Rome) is an Italian politician, twice foreign minister of the Berlusconi cabinets (in 2002–2004 and 2008–2011) and once European Commissioner in the first Barroso Commission (2004–2008).

In 1996 Frattini is a candidate to the elections within the Pole for Freedoms, the electoral coalition of Forza Italia. He was elected in the northern constituency of Bolzano – Laives.

From November 1997 to August 2000 he was also City Councillor in Rome.

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Frattini attended the “Giulio Cesare” Classical High School in Rome and graduated in law in 1979.

In 2001 Frattini was a candidate for the Chamber of Deputies in the constituency of Bolzano, supported by House of Freedom.

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On 4 November 2004, Frattini he was named by Silvio Berlusconi to take up the Justice and security portfolio in the European Commission, in place of the controversial Rocco Buttiglione, whose appointment had been rejected by the European Parliament. The appointment of Frattini to the European Commissioner for Justice, Freedom and Security raised concerns from the British Liberal Democrat MEP Sarah Ludford, due to accusations of belonging to Freemasonry, raised by Buttiglione himself towards Frattini and denied by the latter. Frattini was also afforded one of the five seats as vice-president of the European Commission. In the 2007 tax return, his Italian tax base was zero because his income as a European Commissioner was taxed in Brussels.

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Franco Ranked on the list of most popular Judge. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in Italy. Franco Frattini celebrates birthday on March 14 of every year.

Frattini later sent an Italian military and police contingent to Iraq, in what he called a “humanitarian emergency intervention”. An Italian contingent of about 3,200 men was sent to Iraq shortly after the official end of large-scale military operations (Bush’s announcement of 1 May 2003). On 15 July 2003, the “Operation Ancient Babylon” began at the dependency of the British forces in the southern Dhi Qar province, centered in the town of Nassiriya where the Italian Barbara Contini was charged with civilian administration by the Coalition Provisional Administration. A suicide attack there killed 19 Italians, among military and civilians. Other clashes in the Italian sector occurred during the fights between the Shiite militiamen of the Mahdi Army and the coalition troops (spring-summer 2004), including the “battle of the bridges” of 6 April 2004 in Nassiriya, in which the Italian Bersaglieri made about fifteen casualties among Iraqi insurgents and civilians.

In 2004, Frattini had to leave office at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which passed to Gianfranco Fini following a government reshuffle. Italy’s participation to the post-war occupation of Iraq remained unpopular with Italian public opinion. At the beginning of 2006 the Berlusconi III government announced its intention to withdraw the Italian contingent from Iraq by the month of November, a calendar later respected by the Prodi II government that succeeded to it.

From 2001 he took part in the Berlusconi II Cabinet as Minister for Public Administration. The so-called Frattini Act, namely Law no. 215/2004, on “Rules on conflicts of interest”, approved by Parliament on 13 July 2004, received criticism from the Council of Europe’s Venice Commission on its compatibility with international standards on freedom of expression and pluralism of the media.

During his term as European Commissioner, Frattini was also appointed by the Prime Minister Berlusconi to the coordination of assistance from the government for the conduct of the Winter Olympics in Turin 2006

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