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List of Italian religious minority politicians

 

List of Italian religious minority politicians

This is a list of Italian politicians belonging to a religious minority, different from the dominant Roman Catholicism.

To ensure notability, only leading politicians (ministers, deputies, senators, MEPs, regional councillors, mayors of big cities, etc.) are included in the list. Active politicians and their current parties are in bold. The parties of which these people have been members are listed in chronological order.

Contents

  • Christians 1
    • Protestants 1.1
      • Waldensians and Methodists 1.1.1
      • Pentecostals and Evangelicals 1.1.2
      • Anglicans 1.1.3
    • Eastern Catholics 1.2
      • Italo-Albanian Catholics 1.2.1
    • Eastern Orthdox 1.3
      • Romanian Orthodox 1.3.1
    • Oriental Orthdox 1.4
      • Coptic Orthodox 1.4.1
    • Non-denominational 1.5
  • Jews 2
  • Muslims 3
  • Buddhists 4
  • Notes 5
  • See also 6
  • References 7

Christians

Protestants

Waldensians and Methodists

Pentecostals and Evangelicals

Anglicans

Eastern Catholics

Italo-Albanian Catholics

Eastern Orthdox

Romanian Orthodox

Oriental Orthdox

Coptic Orthodox

Non-denominational

Jews

Muslims

Buddhists

Notes

Some of the politicians included in the list are lapsed, nominal or former believers, but all have retained their ethnic-religious background.

"Right" refers to a politician from the Historical Right (referred also as Liberal Conservatives) of Camillo Benso di Cavour and Bettino Ricasoli, "Left" to one from the Historical Left (a.k.a. Democrats) of Agostino Depretis and Francesco Crispi, "Lib" to the Liberals led by Giovanni Giolitti and Giuseppe Zanardelli, and "Lib-Con" to the Liberal Conservatives whose leader was Sidney Sonnino. "Indep" indicates a politician unaffiliated to any party and acting as an Independent.

Waldensians and Methodists are listed together because in Italy they are united in the Union of Methodist and Waldensian Churches.

See also

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