Under Italy's so-called Lorenzin law - named after the former health minister who introduced it - children must receive a range of mandatory immunisations before attending school. They include vaccinations for chickenpox, polio, measles, mumps, and rubella.Who is Francesco Lorenzin?
On 22 February Renzi was sworn in as Prime Minister and Lorenzin was confirmed as Health Minister. In May 2014 Lorenzin run for the European Parliament in Central Italy, gained merely 33,437 votes and therefore was not elected.What is Beatrice Lorenzin’s political party?
Beatrice Lorenzin run in the general election of 4 March in Modena, a traditionally leftist area in Northern Italy, and has won only thanks to the vote of the Democratic Party, while her own list took only 0.5% of the votes. In September 2019, Lorenzin joined the Democratic Party.Who is Silvia Lorenzin?
In the 2008 general election, Lorenzin was elected for the first time in the Chamber of Deputies, running in the centre-right People of Freedom, the new party led by Berlusconi. During the legislature she was a member of the Constitutional Affairs Commission and became a notable politician of the centre-right coalition.