Federal Chancellor Corina Casanova of Switzerland

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In 1992, Corina Casanova was appointed Delegate for Information at the Parliamentary Services of the Federal Assembly.
Corina Casanova has completed language stays in Italy (Perugia), USA (Florida) and Mexico (Guadalajara) and speaks six languages: Romansh (Sursilvan and Vallader), German, French, Italian, English and Spanish.
A rom-com with a difference, Casanova is a rousing riotous film, with intricate love-triangles, numerous cases of mistaken identity and slapstick humour that will leave you in stitches from start to finish.
A mix of mischief and action, Casanova is a romantic, laughter-filled romp that will leave audiences captivated throughout.
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Corina Casanova was elected joint vice-chancellor.
Both are native German speakers, although Casanova comes originally from Romansh-speaking eastern Switzerland.
The vice-chancellor and government spokesman Achille Casanova is leaving his job at the end of July after 24 years.
The post has been vacant since January 1, when a new chancellor, Corina Casanova took office.