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Actress, politician, and television personality Elisabetta Gardini was born in Padua, Italy, on June 3, 1956. She is a well-known person whose career has flown across several stages. Gardini’s success is evidence of her adaptability and dedication to public service, as shown by her engaging TV appearances and her active participation in the European Parliament.
As a well-liked TV host, Elisabetta Gardini captivated viewers with her humor and charm early in her career. Notable TV performances include “Unomattina” (1985–1986) and “Europa, Europa” (1988–1990) when she demonstrated her skill at narrating captivating stories.
In the realm of acting, Gardini’s flexibility was evident as she won praise for her portrayal of Laura Andrei in “Una donna per amico” (1998.2000).She moved to the Italian People’s Group (PPI) following the disintegration of Christian Democracy (DC), a political group that was influential in post-war Italy and with which she had been initially affiliated.
She was an unsuccessful candidate for the Segni Pact in the 1994 general election.Gardini joined Forza Italia (FI) in 2004 and took on the position of spokesperson. When she was elected to the Veneto Regional Council in 2005 and then the Chamber of Deputies in 2006, her political career took off. Gardini’s perseverance and hard work paid off, as she overcame early obstacles to become the first non-elected candidate in the 2008 general election.
In July 2010, she became a member of the Chamber of Deputies formally, but she resigned soon after because she was also a Member of the European Parliament (MEP).On May 30, 2008, Gardini became a member of the European Parliament, taking Renato Brunetta’s place. She was able to gain a full five-year term with The People of Freedom (PDL) following the 2009 election.
After winning reelection in 2014, Gardini became the head of Forza Italia in the European Parliament.But in April 2019, Gardini made a political change by joining Giorgia Meloni’s Brothers of Italy (FdI) and departing from Silvio Berlusconi’s FI. Her resignation was ascribed to her disapproval of FI’s development into what she saw as a Democratic Party (PD) “clone.”
She then became a member of Raffaele Fitto’s Conservative organization (ECR).In the 2019 European Parliament election, Gardini ran as a candidate in North-East Italy with Brothers of Italy, associated with ECR. Despite her efforts, she was not re-elected, and her seat was passed to Sergio Berlato.
Who are Elisabetta Gardini’s Parents?
There is no information about Elisabetta Gardini’s parents. It seems she keeps her parents out of the public.