Andrea Mitolo

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Andrea Mitolo (born April 16, 1914 in Randazzo ; † August 21, 1991 ) was an Italian politician. Together with his younger brother Pietro Mitolo , he was the central figure of integration of the neo-fascist party Movimento Sociale Italiano (MSI) in Bolzano from 1946 .

Mitolo completed a law degree at the La Sapienza University in Rome and then worked as a lawyer in South Tyrol . He also worked as a publicist and founded the magazine La Vetta d'Italia , the regional organ of the MSI.

For the neo-fascist party he was from 1948 to 1973 (with a short break from 1958 to 1959) a member of the regional council of Trentino-South Tyrol and thus also of the South Tyrolean parliament . From 1974 he was politically active in the Bolzano municipal council. In 1987 he was elected for his party in the Italian Chamber of Deputies , in which he exercised his mandate until his death.


  • South Tyrolean Provincial Government (Ed.): Südtirol-Handbuch 1991 . Brochure, Bozen 1991, p. 126 ( online )

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