Craxi may refer to:

  • Benedetto "Bettino" Craxi (1934–2000), an Italian politician
  • Stefania (Gabriella Anastasia) Craxi (born 1960, Milan), an Italian politician, daughter of Bettino
  • (Vittorio) "Bobo" Craxi (born 1964, Milan), an Italian politician, son of Bettino
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Bettino Craxi - Involvement in "Mani Pulite" Scandal
... The last main turning point of Craxi's career began in 1992 ... Mario Chiesa sought Craxi's protection for nearly a month but Craxi accused him of casting a shadow on the 'most honest party in Italy' ... At a time, even the city mayor, Paolo Pillitteri, Craxi's own brother-in-law, was investigated although he had immunity as a Member of Parliament ...
Il Cavaliere - Controversies - Friendship With Bettino Craxi
... exchanges" between Berlusconi and Bettino Craxi, the former Socialist prime minister and leader of the Italian Socialist Party convicted in 1994 for various corruption ... Craxi in their "Clean Hands" investigation laid bare an entrenched system in which businessmen paid hundreds of millions of dollars to political parties or individual ... Berlusconi acknowledges a personal friendship with Craxi ...
Bobo Craxi
... Vittorio Craxi, commonly known as Bobo, (Milan, 6 August 1964) is an Italian politician, son of Bettino Craxi ...
Bettino Craxi - Involvement in "Mani Pulite" Scandal - "Midgets and Dancers"
... Craxi's lifestyle was perceived to be inappropriate for the secretary of a party with so many alleged financial problems he lived in the Raphael, an expensive hotel in Rome's centre, and had ... corruption was endemic in Italian society while many politicians, including Craxi, would justify corruption with the necessities of a democracy, political leaders at many levels enjoyed a lifestyle ... Furthermore, Craxi's arrogant character won him many enemies one of his most condemned actions was blaming corruption in the socialist party on treasurer Vincenzo Balzamo, just after the latter's death, in ...