Remo SERNAGIOTTO : Curriculum vitae 

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Curriculum vitae (The MEP is solely responsible for the information published)  
Updated: 03/07/2015 

Education (qualifications and diplomas) 

  • 1965-1968 : Secondary school: Middle school

Professional career 

  • 1977-2013 : Entrepreneur in the tyre industry (Private sector)

Political career 

Offices held in a political party or national trade union  
  • 1994-2000 : Organisational secretary of Forza Italia in the province of Treviso – member of the Forza Italia Treviso leadership and member of the Forza Italia Veneto leadership
  • 2001-2011 : Organiser of the Forza Italia convention in Cortina D’Ampezzo
Offices held in local government bodies  
  • 1998-2002 : Head of the Forza Italia opposition on Montebelluna Municipal Council
Offices held in a regional assembly  
  • 2000-2005 : Elected regional councillor, for the first time, on the Forza Italia list; Chair of the Libraries Committee
  • 2005-2010 : Re-elected regional councillor for the province of Treviso; appointed President of the Forza Italia group in the Regional Council and Chair of Committee No 1 (programming – budget – local bodies – institutional and general affairs – audits – staffing) and member of Committee No 2 (housing – navigation – parks – ports and airports – trams – bus lines – transport – town planning – highways), of Committee No 5 (social assistance – health and hygiene – social security) and of the Committee for Statutes and Rules of Procedure
Offices held in regional government bodies  
  • 2010-2014 : Re-elected regional councillor for Treviso with 11 364 votes on the Popolo della Libertà list; appointed councillor with responsibility for social services and youth policies; in January 2014 joined the newly-formed Forza Italia councillors group
Offices held in other international organisations  
  • 11/2010-2014 : President of ELISAN (European Social Inclusion and Social Action Network), the only European network of politicians dedicated solely to social policy


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