Who is Sergio Mattarella? Age, Meet his Wife Marisa Chiazzese, Family, Height, Religion, Net worth

Sergio Mattarella Come Back
Sergio Mattarella come back for second term is what we call destiny, with all the toss and coalition parties that failed to agree on a compromising candidate for the job, He was made to serve the second term after six days of tense voting in Rome, Sergio Mattarella who happens to be 80years became the most popular candidate

He made known his wish to resign as During the COVID-19 pandemic in Italy in 2021, President Mattarella announced his unavailability for a second term, which had been sought by several political factions, echoing statements made by his predecessors Antonio Segni and Giovanni Leone. But local media said that Prime Minister Mario Draghi persuaded him to stay for the sake of their nation. And After the eighth round of voting, he was formally re-elected on Saturday.

Prime Minister Mario Draghi, and the European Commission suggested that he accept their joint nomination of him serving a second term on 29 January 2022 after leading party leader

Sergio Mattarella Age, Family, and Early life
Sergio Mattarella was born on July 23, 1941, in Palermo, Sicily, Kingdom of Italy. He was born to a Sicilian Family. He came from a family of anti-fascists. His father, Bernardo Mattarella, co-founded the Christian Democracy with Alcide De Gasperi and other notable Catholic politicians.

sergio mattarella early life
His father was a minister multiple times during his life time. Sergio’s mother Maria Buccellato is from an upper-middle-class family in Trapani. He had two siblings in which one remain alive, Piersanti Mattarella was killed by Cosa Nostra whereas another brother named Antonio Mattarella is still alive.
He got married to Marisa Chiazzese, daughter of Lauro Chiazzese, a professor of Roman law at Palermo University and they both have three kids. Names are Bernardo Giorgio, laura and Francesco. Sadly he lost his wife then he moved to Rome as a child because of his father’s political commitments. He became a member of Azione Cattolica in Rome.

A DC politician and president of Sicily since 1978 was assassinated by the Sicilian Mafia in Palermo on January 6, 1980 after the death of his older brother Piersanti Mattar . Mattarella’s life was redesigned henceforth that he left acedemics to pursue politics.

Sergio Mattarella Career Highlights
Mattarella emergency into politics was in 1983, when he was elected to the Chamber of Deputies.
In the governments led by DC prime ministers Giovanni Goria and Ciriaco De Mita, Mattarella was designated Italian Minister for Parliamentary Relations. He became Italian Minister of Education in Giulio Andreotti’s sixth administration in 1989 and resigned along with other ministers after the Italian Parliament passed the Mamm Act, liberalizing the media in Italy, in 1990, which they perceived as a favor to media billionaire Silvio Berlusconi.
Mattarella was appointed Vice-Secretary of DC in 1990. Martinazzoli was re-elected to the Chamber of Deputies in the following 1994 Italian general election, in which the newly formed PPI did poorly.

In the 1996 Italian general election, Mattarella was one of the earliest supporters of Romano Prodi, the economist who led the center-left coalition known as The Olive Tree.

Mattarella was the PPI’s parliamentary group’s president following the center-electoral left’s triumph.

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When the Prodi I Cabinet fell apart, Massimo D’Alema named Mattarella as Deputy Prime Minister of Italy, in charge of the secret services, which he attempted to reform.

Mattarella was named Italian Minister of Defense in the D’Alema II Cabinet in December 1999.
In the 2001 and 2006 general elections, Mattarella was re-elected to the Italian Parliament, running as a candidate for The Daisy in two successive center-left coalitions.

Mattarella was one of the Democratic Party’s founders in 2007.
Mattarella was elected to the Italian Constitutional Court by the Italian Parliament on October 5, 2011, with 572 votes. He was sworn in on October 11, 2011, and served until he was sworn in as President of the Italian Republic.

Mattarella was elected President of Italy on January 31, 2015. He took over from Giorgio Napolitano, who had served as President of the Italian Republic for nine years, the longest in the country’s history. Mattarella signed Italicum, the new Italian electoral legislation, on May 6, which establishes a two-round system based on party-list proportional representation, with a majority bonus and a 3% election threshold.

During the COVID-19 pandemic in Italy in 2021, despite his strong popularity, President Mattarella announced his unavailability for a second term, which had been sought by several political factions, echoing statements made by his predecessors Antonio Segni and Giovanni Leone.

However, He accepted the joint nomination of most party leaders and Prime Minister Mario Draghi for a second term on 29 January 2022.

Which school and college did Sergio Mattarella go to? What was his major?
Mattarella is a graduate of law at the Sapienza University of Rome, where he participated in the Italian Catholic Federation of University Students.

He successful finished his thesis The Function of Political Direction in 1964 with excellence

Sergio Mattarella Net worth, How much does he earn?
According to media reports, he has a net worth of $13 million as of 2022.

sergio mattarella wife
He married more than one wife, They are Bernardo Giorgio, laura and Francesco.

Does Sergio Mattarella have a social media presence?
He is active on Twitter with more than 3k followers and he also has an Instagram account where he has 4.7k followers.