Robert of Fioreschy

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Robert von Fioreschy-Weinfeld (born October 16, 1919 in Auer ; † April 4, 2003 there ) was an Italian lawyer and politician for the South Tyrolean People's Party .

Robert von Fioreschy was the son of Paul von Fioreschy-Weinfeld and came from the Austrian family Fioreschi from Neumarkt , who were raised to the hereditary-Austrian nobility in 1781 with the name “Edler von Weinfeld” and in Italy in 1926 as “Fioreschi di Weinfeld “Received her nobility recognition. He attended the Franciscan high school in Bolzano and then studied law and political science at the Universities of Innsbruck and Genoa . From 1951 he worked as a lawyer.

From 1952 to 1973 von Fioreschy was a member of the South Tyrolean state parliament for the South Tyrolean People's Party and therefore also a member of the Trentino-South Tyrol regional council . From 1952 to 1969 he was a member of the South Tyrolean provincial government . In the Erckert II , Pupp , Magnago I and Magnago II cabinets , he acted, among other things, as deputy governor and as regional councilor for industry, trade, handicrafts, tourism, transport, vocational education and sport. From 1968 to 1970 he was President of the South Tyrolean Parliament, from 1970 to 1973 President of the Regional Council. On July 19, 1970 took place in Bolzano at the suggestion of Fioreschys and the then President of the Tyrolean Parliament Alois Lugger a joint parliamentary meeting of the South Tyrolean Tyrolean and deputies for the first time after 50 years place again.

From 1973 to 1994 Fioreschy was President of the Bozen Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Crafts and Agriculture. From 1993 to 1998 he was also President of the South Tyrolean Castle Institute .

Von Fioreschy was married to Hermine Mayer and has a son and three daughters with her, including Monika Fioreschy .


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Individual evidence

  1. Genealogisches Handbuch des Adels , Adelslexikon Volume III, page 276, Volume 61 of the complete series, Limburg (Lahn) 1975
  2. ^ Otto J. Groeg: Who's who in Italy , Who's who in Italy Srl, 1980