Who is Maria Elena Boschi: Biography, Age, Career, Boyfriend Giulio Berruti and Instagram
Maria Elena Boschi is a well-known Italian politician, group leader of Italia Viva in the Chamber of Deputies. Boschi is a lawyer by profession first woman to hold the role of Undersecretary of State to the Presidency of the Council of Ministers, for the Gentiloni government. Renziana convinced, she is always at the side of the leader of Italia Viva Matteo Renzi. Busy with the actor Giulio Berruti, Maria Elena has recently celebrated her 40th birthday.
Who is it Maria Elena Boschi?
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- Zodiac sign: fish tank
- Age: 40 years
- Date of birth: January 24, 1981
- Birth place: Montevarchi (Arezzo)
- Profession: lawyer and politics
- Height: 170 cm
- Weight: 57 Kg
- Tattoos: nobody
- Official Instagram Profile: @mariaelenaboschi_official
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Maria Elena Boschi was born in Montevarchi, in the province of Arezzo, on January 24th 1981, from Pierluigi Boschi and Stefania Agresti. The father is the provincial manager of Coldiretti, a member of the Council of the Chamber of Commerce of Arezzo and owner of the agricultural company “Il Palagio”, while the mother is a school manager and active regional exponent of the Democratic Party. Maria Elena grows up in Laterina, always in the province of Arezzo, where it is well integrated into parish life, is indeed altar girl, catechist and also volunteer. He graduated from the high school of Arezzo with full marks and enrolled in the Faculty of Law at the University of Florence. He graduated with 110 cum laude and became an expert on the subject of the chair of commercial law, also in Florence, where he then obtained a master in corporate law. He practices as a lawyer in Florence and in 2008 enters politics: he is the spokesperson for those who support Michele Ventura (PD) against the president of the Province of Florence Matteo Renzi. It is precisely with the latter that Boschi will establish a strong political relationship which will make it known throughout Italy.
In 2013 he became minister without portfolio for constitutional reforms and for relations with the Parliament for the government of Matteo Renzi. Shortly thereafter she was given the delegates the implementation of the Renzian government program and in 2016 also those of equal opportunities and those for international adoptions.
Famous is Boschi’s commitment to the so-called Italicum electoral law, which approved by the Senate and the House, was rejected in 2016 with 60% of votes against data from the constitutional referendum.
Also in 2016 it becomes the first woman to hold the role of Undersecretary of State at the Presidency of the Council of Ministers (Gentiloni government) and in 2019, after being re-elected with the PD, she leaves the party to join Italy Viva, headed by Renzi, of which he becomes group leader in the Chamber.
The name of Boschi, in addition to political merits, is also recognized due to some legal disputes that have involved it, such as the case of Banca Etruria (2015-2020) or the case of oil in Basilicata.
Sentimentally linked from 2020 to the actor Giulio Berruti, currently Maria Elena Boschi is group leader in the Chamber for Italia Viva.
It is 2008 when he enters politics, as a spokesperson for those who support Michele Ventura (PD) against the president of the Province of Florence Matteo Renzi. When the candidate Renzi wins the elections and becomes mayor of the capital of Tuscany, Boschi embarks on a political relationship that will become more and more solid, becoming a leading figure in the Renziano team.
On the occasion of the 2013 political elections, Maria Elena is a candidate for the Chamber of Deputies for the Tuscany District, being elected and later becoming a member and secretary of the 1st Constitutional Affairs Commission, of the Presidency of the Council and Interior of the Chamber of Deputies. When Matteo Renzi wins the political elections, Boschi becomes a member of the National Secretariat of the PD, as Head of Institutional Reforms. It was 2014 when, after the fall of the Letta government (from which Nunzia De Girolamo resigned), Boschi was appointed minister without portfolio for constitutional reforms and for relations with Parliament for Renzi’s government. Shortly thereafter she was given the mandate to implement the Renzian government program and in 2016 also those of the equal opportunities and those for international adoptions.
Together with Prime Minister Renzi, Boschi, is known for having conceived the proposed constitutional amendment concerning the reform of the senate, in order to achieve perfect bicameralism; the text of the proposal of the proposal, after being approved by the Senate and the House, the famous reform, known as Italicum, is rejected in the constitutional referendum of 2016. In the same year it becomes the first woman to hold the role of Undersecretary of State to the Presidency of the Council of Ministers for the Gentiloni government and in 2019, after being re-elected with the PD, she left the party to join Italia Viva, headed by Renzi, of which she became group leader in the Chamber, a role she still holds today.
Career: lawyer and teacher
After graduating in Law and specializing in corporate law, Maria Elena Boschi, works in a law firm in Florence, specifically as a civil lawyer specializing in: corporate and business law, listed company law and banking law. He becomes a member of the examining commission of civil law in Florence and a member of the board of directors of Publiacqua.
In 2019 he obtained the university chair of Jean Monnet at the University of Rome, with a course focused on the female figure within the political sphere, public administration and business activities.
When in 2015, the Movimento 5 Stelle requests a no-confidence motion due to the “save banks” decree, among the banks affected by the aforementioned decree there is the Banca Etruria, of which Maria Elena’s father was vice president. Believed to be involved in some way, Boschi has never actually been investigated since, in 2020 lbankruptcy charge for the father is dismissed and deemed irrelevant. The only penalty suffered by Pierluigi Boschi was the fine of 144 thousand euros to be paid to the Bank of Italy for omissions or errors in reporting to the authorities. The public accusation against Maria Elena concerns the “Gold advice”: an alleged high payment to try to figure out how to merge the ruined banks with other institutions.
Oil from Basilicata
In 2016, Maria Elena is instead involved in oil scandal in Basilicata. A documented‘phone tapping, of those interested in the matter (Federica Guidi, minister of economic development, and comrade Gianluca Gemelli), in which it is said that Boschi, aware of the offense, would be willing to propose an amendment in favor of Gemelli.
Illicit financing scandal
It is November 2020 when Maria Elena Boschi is registered in the register of suspects for the Florence Public Prosecutor’s Office on charges of: illicit financing. The minister (together with Matteo Renzi, Alberto Bianchi, Marco Carrai and Luca Lotti) through the Open Foundation, would have received illicit funding on an ongoing basis. Through the association, therefore, the suspects would have received money illegally, in order to finance the party.
With 76.3 thousand followers, Maria Elena Boschi’s instagram profile is very active and rich in the interests, passions, jobs and life of the minister. He often posts photos of his work, of what he thinks is good or bad for the country, but also holidays with friends and partner.
Boyfriend Giulio Berruti
Maria Elena Boschi, in the past, was linked to the actor Andrea Bruno Savelli for 4 years.
From 2020, however, Boschi is linked to the actor Giulio Berruti. The two, more in love than ever, post videos and photos on social media, of their holidays and their days together.
Giulio Berruti recently stated that
The first night she stopped by me she asked me to pray for the people who suffer. We confront each other a lot. I never thought I’d fall in love with someone who was involved in politics
- He has two brothers: Emanuele (accountant) and Pierfrancesco (civil engineer);
- He participated both in the Paris Youth Day (1997) and in Rome in 2000;
- She was a member of the city management of the Democratic Party of Florence;
- She posed as a model for Maxim magazine;
- In 2018 he wrote a book, together with Elena Luviso and Elena Marinucci, entitled: Women at stake 2.0 and legality;
- for her alliance with Matteo Renzi she was harshly criticized by Matteo Salvini and Giorgia Meloni.
Maria Elena Boschi Video
Here is an interview by Maria Elena Boschi released to Myrta Merlino, during the LA7 program: The Air That Pulls.
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