Alfonso Gagliano Obituary – Dead: Alfonso Gagliano Former government Liberal authority serve, who addressed St-Léonard in the House of Commons from 1984 to 2002, has passed on at 78.
His young lady, Imma, confirmed his destruction to Radio-Canada.
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Picked unprecedented for 1984 as Member of Parliament for Saint-Léonard—Anjou, Gagliano was reappointed a couple of times despite a couple of changes to as far as possible. In 2002, he wandered down as MP for St-Léonard—St-Michel and was named a delegate to Denmark.
Head executive Paul Martin pardoned him from the post in 2004 during the sponsorship shock, in which it was revealed that advancing workplaces and publicizing firms welcoming to the Liberal party had gotten some $100 million in government contracts during the 1995 accommodation campaign.
Gagliano was direct associated with the humiliation as a cleric of public works under past head overseer Jean Chrétien.
In the wake of leaving public life, Gagliano ran a grape estate that bears his name in Dunham in the Eastern Townships.