|17th Mayor of Milan|
|Preceded by||Pietro Buccalossi|
|Succeeded by||Carlo Tognoli|
|16th Italian Minister of Health|
|Prime Minister||Cossiga – Forlani|
|Preceded by||Renato Altissimo|
|Succeeded by||Renato Altissimo|
May 31, 1921|
|Died||August 27, 2005
|Political party||Italian Socialist Party|
Aniasi was born in Palmanova, in Friuli. During the Fascist regime and the Italian Social Republic, he participated to the Italian resistance movement, with the name of Iso Danali, an anagram of his true name. After World War II, he entered the Italian political scene as a member of the Italian Socialist Party (PSI).
Aniasi was elected in the city council of Milan, and in 1967 became mayor of Milan. He led the city until 1976, when he was elected to the Italian Parliament, where he remained until 1994; for nine years, he was vice-president of the Chamber of Deputies. He was also Minister for Public Health and Minister for the Regions. After the crisis and dissolution of the PSI, Aniasi entered the Democrats of the Left.
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