New members


New members ABSTRACT: Below, country by country, are some of the parliamentarians and members of government who have joined the Party and thus become members by right of the Federal Council. (THE PARTY new - N. 7 - May 1992) Armenia Akop Sanasarjan, Green group, Meruzhan Ter-Gulanjaan, members of the Supreme Soviet. Azerbaijan Eljdar Ibragimov, member of the Supreme Soviet. Byelorussia Evgenij Cumarov, member of the Supreme Soviet. Bulgaria Rumen Bikov, Hristo Dimianov Bisserov, Ivan Floreskov, Velislava Gurova, Nicolai Ivan Hristov, Valentin Karabashev, Rosen Karadimov, Union of Democratic Forces, Zdravko Katsarov, Margarit Mitzev, Asen Hristov Mitchkovski, Roumen G. Ourumov, Liubomir V. Pavlov, Ruslan M. Serbezov, Pavel D. Shopov, Ilian G. Shotlekov, Krasimir Stefanov, Krassimir Stojanov, Sasho Stoyanov, Hristo Todorov, Ivan Tossev, Radka E. Vassileva, Sviliana Zaharieva, "Union of Democratic Forces" (SDS); Nina Mikhailova, Sonia Mladenova, Ianaki Stoilov, Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP); Ilhan Mustafa, "Movement for Rights and Liberty", Turkish minority (DPS). Croatia Ljerka Ercegovic, Democratic Reform Party(SDP); Artur Gedike, Srecko Penezic, Ratimir Slavic, Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ). Estonia Nikolaij Aksinin, Vladimir Lebedev, Ivan Raig, members of the SupremeSoviet. Italy Giancarlo Acciaro, "Partito Sardo d'Azione"; Paris Dell'Unto, Paolo Pillitteri, Massimo Struffi, Italian Socialist Party (PSI); Enrico Modigliani, Italian Republican Party (PRI); Alfondo Pecoraro, Greens. Ivory Coast Mollé Mollé. Lithuania Algirdas Kumza, Liberal Party; Lionginas Sepetys. Macedonia Agim Fazliu, Ismet Ramadani, Ferd Sadiku, Arsllan Selmani, Naser Ziberi, Democratic Prosperity Party (PPD); Peru Wilfredo Alvarez Valer, National Unity Patriotic Movement. Poland Janusz Rewinski, Economic Platforms Party (PPG); Zygmunt Lenyk, Independent Poland Confederation. Romania Mariana Bezdadea, Ecologist Movement of Romania; Iuliu Brendus, Democratic Union of Magyars (UDMR); Ioan Niculita Cindea, Gheorghe Roman, National Salvation Front (FSN); Daniela Crasnaru, independent; Tatiana Grigorescu, Ecologist Party (EP); Amet Hogea, representative of the Turkish minority; Vasile Hobjila, Democratic Socialist Party; Valeriu Pescaru, Dumitru Teaci, Democratic Agrarian Party (PDA); Rodica Serbanescu, National Liberal Party (PLNR). Russia Aleksandr Boriak, Evgenija Bronnikova, Vladimir Eroshenkov, Vladimir Lobach, Robert Loparev, Vladimir Mahanov, Julij Rybakov, members of the Soviet of St.Petersburg; Sergej Shornikov, member of the Mossoviet. Serbia Ferenc Csubela, Jozsef Kasza, Sandor Nagy, Democratic Union of Magyars of Vojvodina (VMDK); Gruda Rizah, Democratic Action Party, Sangiaccato minority; Antun Skenderovic, Democratic Union of Croatians in Vojvodina (DSHV). United Kingdom Lord Northampton, member of the House of Lords. Venezuela Josè Davila Sabaris. The following ministers are members of the Federal Council of the Radical Party: Jean Michel Baylet French, journalist, Minister of Tourism, Mayor of Valence. Honorary President of the Mouvement des Radicaux de Gauche (MRG). Former Foreign Minister from 1984 to 1986. Rino Formica Italian, Minister of Finance, Socialist. Elected on numerous occasions to the Senate and the Chamber of Deputies. He has also been Minister of Transport, of Foreign Trade, and of Employment Franjo Greguric President of the Croatian Government, Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ). Degree in Chemistry, former managing director of one of the largest Croatian commercial enterprises. Joined the Radical Party for the first time during the Federal Council held in Zagreb in 1991. Carlo Ripa di Meana Italian, EC Commissioner for the Environment, Nuclear Security and Civil Protection. Socialist Euro-MP, from 1974 to 1980 he was President of the Venice Biennale. Carlo Tognoli Italian, Minister for Tourism and the Performing Arts, Socialist. Journalist. Mayor of Milan from 1976 to 1986. He was elected to the European Parliament in 1984. Zdravko Tomac Vice-President of the Croatian Government, Democratic Reform Party (SDP). Professor of Political Theory at the University of of Zagreb. Former member of the executive of the Croatian Socialist League and councillor to the Presidency of the Croatian SocialistRepublic. Mamuka Tsagareli Vice-Minister of Information and Broadcasting Services in the coalition Government headed by Shevarnadze. Member of the Congress of Georgia. One of the leaders of the Democratic Party for Independence. Journalist.