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Regione Emilia Romagna
The Region is established by the vote of 7 June 1970. The first Regional Council was held on July 13, 1970, at 6 pm, at the headquarters of the province of Bologna, ten days later the first President and the first Regional Council were elected. After eight days, the referent commission for the Statute is established: on December 1 of the same year, in a formal sitting at the Teatro Comunale di Bologna, the Statute was approved. The following year, on May 22, 1971, the Statute (70 articles) becomes State Law by publication on the Official Gazette of June 14, 1971.
Town of Pieve di Cento
A town of seven thousand inhabitants, Pieve di Cento concentrates in a small territory along the Reno river, a number of historical, artistic and cultural conditions that are sufficient to ensure the glory of a city ten times larger. At the border between Ferrara and Bologna, but highly autonomous in linguistic heritage and citizens' pride, Pieve di Cento, well led by a young administration, is perfectly at ease with new technologies.
Town of Sant'Agostino
With more than seven thousand inhabitants and industries of international importance in the ceramic sector, the Town of Sant'Agostino is located in an area of great cultural and environmental interest along the Reno river.
Town of Camposanto
Part of the Union of Modena's Northern Area Municipalities, the Town of Camposanto, which has more than three thousand inhabitants, occupies a strategic position along the Panaro river, at the border with the province of Bologna. The technological choices are co-managed with the Union.
City of Modena
Modena needs no introduction, either in Italy or abroad. Close to 190,000 inhabitants, the historic capital of the Duchy of Este is the reference point for lovers of a lifestyle that combines tradition and technology, not only in the automotive field: always a benchmark for innovation on the Web, Modena - more than other provincial capitals - was able to influence, by his example, even regional strategies.
City of Arezzo
Arezzo, one of the most significant glories of the Italian historical and cultural heritage, is a city of over 100,000 inhabitants, stretches over an area rich in interests, needs and complexity. Well aware about the services to deliver and well introduced in the new technologies, the City of Arezzo uses them appropriately in carrying out its complex mission.
City of Reggio Emilia
Still in the light of the recent sesquicentennial of the Italian National Flag, the more than 170,000 Reggiani saw nation-wide attention concentrate on their beautiful and important city, known not only as the home of the Tricolor, but as a symbol of the "Emilianity" in Italy and in the world: a quiet but intense way of life, an high civic and political awareness, on a background of outstanding art, music and culture.
Town of Mirandola
With its almost 25,000 inhabitants, Mirandola is the reference town in the northern area of the province of Modena and in the Union of Municipalities to which it belongs. With a culture and a history comparable to bigger and more renown cities, once the capital of the Dominion of Pico, Mirandola has a rich and interesting territory also from the natural point of view.
Province of Ferrara
Quality and innovation are the keywords in the change process of the Italian public sector. The Province of Ferrara, in line with this trend, decided to achieve certifications including ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and achieve EMAS registration in order to organize its own management and environmental activities according to the reference standards most recognized in the European Union. Furthermore, it started a path for the building of the digital Province, able to handle documentation digitally and to offer services to end-users through new technologies.
Town of Quartu S.Elena
Quartu S.Elena, an important tourist and production center of more than seventy thousand inhabitants on the outskirts of Cagliari, also has historical and artistic attractions of absolute regional and national relevance. its size confronts it with the challenges of a modern city, faced by its administrators with intelligence and competence, also when coming to technological choices.
City of Piacenza
With over 100,000 inhabitants Piacenza, since over 2000 years one of the most important cities of the Po Valley, continues to exert a key role in the politics and culture of western Emilia and southern Lombardy. A communications and commerce junction, capable of reconciling the needs of agricultural land with those of industry, Piacenza is a modern and vital city.
City of Padua
Probably second only to Venice in importance, strength and tradition, among the cities of Veneto, Padua, the center of an urban area with over 430,000 inhabitants, is one of the religious, artistic, political, industrial and cultural poles in the North East thanks also to its illustrious University.
City of Ferrara
City of history, art and culture with few comparisons in Italy, the scene of a sustainable way of life for its approximately 140,000 inhabitants, and plenty of initiatives in all sectors, including the annual Buskers Festival and the Palio di San Giorgio, Ferrara has great traditions of hospitality and tourism, exhibitions, museums, and manages to be a modern and livable city while proudly showing all its glorious past.
Unione Reno Galliera
The Reno Galliera Union arises from eight municipalities in the province of Bologna, whose territory, bordered by the Reno River, extends in the north of the province, reaching towards Ferrara. It includes: Argelato, Bentivoglio, Castello d'Argile, Castel Maggiore, Galliera, Pieve di Cento, San Giorgio di Piano, San Pietro in Casale. Founded as an association in 2001, it became an Union of Municipalities in June 2008 thus transforming in a Territorial Public Body with legal personality, governed by a President and by a council composed of all the mayors, and by a board whose members include representatives of the municipal councils and the mayors themselves.
City of San Gimignano
About eight thousand inhabitants share the good fortune to live in one of the world's most admired historic towns, designated as a World Heritage Site: San Gimignano.
Assemblea Legislativa RER
The Legislative Assembly of the Emilia-Romagna Region is the regional body composed by members elected on the territory of the Region. As indicated by the Italian Constitution, the Legislative Assembly adopts laws on matters and issues that affect the daily lives of the citizens of the region (eg social assistance, trade, tourism, agriculture, local police, vocational training, etc..). The Legislative Assembly, in the exercise of its functions, enjoys functional as well as organizational, financial and accounting autonomy, and its activity is ruled by internal regulations compliant with current legislation.
City of Bologna
The City of Bologna, homeof the oldest university in the world and therefore historically voted to hospitality and international dialog, has been for more than 900 years a reference point for the political, social, cultural life at national level, and one of the most important tourist attractions in Italy, thanks to art, food, and to urban and suburban landscape.
City of Cerveteri
Rather than a national glory, Cerveteri can be defined as one of the world's glories: with findings documenting almost three thousand years of history, findings that have shaped the story of archeology and honor with their presence the most important museums in the world, now Cerveteri is spread over a vast area ​​counting over 35,000 residents.
City of San Giovanni in Persiceto
A small innovative city in the plain of Bologna: "smart street lights" and city wi-fi are not the only initiatives of the City of San Giovanni in Persiceto that, in conferences about Smart City, sits at the table of the speakers including capital cities around the world. And For an average size Italian towns, it is easier to identify itself with a center of 27,000 inhabitants than with a megalopolis.
Guardia di Finanza
First Police Force and Military Corps to join the global PloneGov initiative, the Guardia di Finanza (Italian Finance Police) confirms the focus on technology and on the Web by the oldest Italian Military Corps, constantly confronting itself with a changing world, both for its investigation and law enforcement activities, as well as for managing a mission impacting on a widespread territory and on the daily activities of Citizenship. Those challenges found in Plone is the best support both for an increasingly bidirectional communication, and for distributed editorial offices, without loosing centrality and harmony in the communication strategy and web presence of the Corps.