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Guglielmo Minervini was born on 22 January, 1961 in Molfetta, Italy, is a Teacher, politician. At 55 years old, Guglielmo Minervini height not available right now. We will update Guglielmo Minervini's height soon as possible.

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Occupation Teacher, politician
Guglielmo Minervini Age 55 years old
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Born 22 January 1961
Birthday 22 January
Birthplace Molfetta, Italy
Date of death August 2, 2016,
Died Place Bari, Italy
Nationality Italian

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Minervini lost his battle against cancer and died on 2 August 2016, at the age of 55.


Despite his critical attitude towards Emiliano, Minervini supported him during the 2015 regional elections and was re-elected at the regional assembly as the leader of the movement Us on the Left for Apulia, becoming the group leader in the assembly.


On 31 January 2013, Minervini revealed that during the previous year he found out that he had cancer. Despite his health problems, he did not lessen his political commitment, turning his attention especially to the fight against illegal hiring. In 2014, Minervini was a candidate for the centre-left primaries to choose Vendola's successor as gubernatorial candidate, together with the former mayor of Bari Michele Emiliano and senator Dario Stefano: Minervini reached third place, behind the winner Emiliano, who was later elected governor, and Stefano.


After the 2005 Apulian regional elections, Minervini supported the centre-left candidate Nichi Vendola and was elected regional councilor, becoming the most voted candidate in the province of Bari. Vendola appointed him Councilor for transparency and active citizenship, with delegations to sport and youth policies. Minervini was re-confirmed as regional councilor after the 2010 regional elections and this time was appointed Councilor for mobility and transports.


A progressive catholic, in 1994 Minervini was elected mayor of Molfetta as an independent supported by the Alliance of Progressives, becoming the first mayor elected directly by the people of Molfetta. He was re-elected in 1998 with the support of The Olive Tree coalition, and in that year he joined Romano Prodi's The Democrats, that later converged into Francesco Rutelli's The Daisy. During his administrative term, he laid down the conditions for the development of the industrial area of Molfetta.


Minervini has been a close collaborator of bishop Antonio Bello and in 1985 he founded the "House of Peace", a point of reference for the fight against crime for many young people in the city.


Guglielmo Minervini (22 May 1961 – 2 August 2016) was an Italian politician, who served as the mayor of Molfetta from 1994 until 2001. From 2005 to 2016, he was a member of the Regional Assembly of Apulia, serving as an assessor under the Nichi Vendola presidency.