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Amato I Cabinet
Amato I Cabinet
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49th cabinet of Italy
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Date formed28 June 1992 (1992-06-28)
Date dissolved29 April 1993 (1993-04-29) (306 days)
People and organisations
Head of stateOscar Luigi Scalfaro
Head of governmentGiuliano Amato
No. of ministers21 (incl. Prime Minister)
Total no. of ministers28 (incl. Prime Minister)
Member partiesDC, PSI, PSDI, PLI
Status in legislatureCoalition government
Quadripartito
Opposition partiesPDS, LN, PRC, PRI, MSI, FdV, Rete
History
Election(s)1992 election
Legislature term(s)XI Legislature (1992-1994)
PredecessorAndreotti VII Cabinet
SuccessorCiampi Cabinet

The Amato I Cabinet was the 49th cabinet of the Italian Republic,[1] and the first cabinet of the XI Legislature. It held office from 28 June 1992 until 28 April 1993, a total of 304 days, or 10 months.


The cabinet obtained the confidence of the Senate on 2 July 1992 with 173 votes in favour and 140 against.[2] It obtained the confidence of the Chamber of Deputies on 4 July 1992 with 330 votes in favour, 280 against and 2 abstentions.[3] The number of the ministries were reduced to 24 from 32.[1] The government resigned on 22 April 1993.[4]

Party breakdown

Beginning of term

End of term

Composition

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
Prime Minister Giuliano Amato28 June 199229 April 1993Socialist Party
Minister of Foreign Affairs Vincenzo Scotti28 June 199229 July 1992Christian Democracy
 Giuliano Amato (ad interim)29 July 19921 August 1992Socialist Party
 Emilio Colombo1 August 199229 April 1993Christian Democracy
Minister of the Interior Nicola Mancino28 June 199229 April 1993Christian Democracy
Minister of Grace and Justice Claudio Martelli28 June 199210 February 1993Socialist Party
 Giovanni Conso10 February 199329 April 1993Independent
Minister of Defence Salvo Andò28 June 199229 April 1993Socialist Party
Minister of Budget and Economic Planning Franco Reviglio28 June 199221 February 1993Socialist Party
 Beniamino Andreatta21 February 199329 April 1993Christian Democracy
Minister of Finance Giovanni Goria28 June 199219 February 1993Christian Democracy
 Franco Reviglio19 February 199330 March 1993Socialist Party
 Giuliano Amato (ad interim)30 March 199329 April 1993Socialist Party
Minister of Treasury Piero Barucci28 June 199229 April 1993Christian Democracy
Minister for Agriculture and Forests Giovanni Angelo Fontana28 June 199221 March 1993Christian Democracy
 Alfredo Luigi Diana22 March 199329 April 1993Christian Democracy
Minister of Public Works Francesco Merloni28 June 199229 April 1993Christian Democracy
Minister of Transport Giancarlo Tesini28 June 199229 April 1993Christian Democracy
Minister of Merchant Navy Giancarlo Tesini (ad interim)28 June 199229 April 1993Christian Democracy
Minister of State Holdings Giuseppe Guarino28 June 199229 April 1993Christian Democracy
Minister of Industry, Commerce and Craftsmanship Giuseppe Guarino (ad interim)28 June 199229 April 1993Christian Democracy
Minister of Foreign Trade Claudio Vitalone28 June 199229 April 1993Christian Democracy
Minister of Post and Telecommunications Maurizio Pagani28 June 199229 April 1993Social Democratic Party
Minister of Health Francesco De Lorenzo28 June 199221 February 1993Liberal
 Raffaele Costa21 February 199329 April 1993Liberal
Minister of Labour and Social Security Nino Cristofori28 June 199229 April 1993Christian Democracy
Minister of Cultural and Environmental Heritage Alberto Ronchey28 June 199229 April 1993Independent
Minister of the Environment Carlo Ripa di Meana28 June 19927 March 1993Socialist Party
 Valdo Spini7 March 199329 April 1993Socialist Party
Minister of Public Education Rosa Russo Jervolino28 June 199229 April 1993Christian Democracy
Minister of University and Scientific and Technological Research Alessandro Fontana28 June 199229 April 1993Christian Democracy
Minister of Tourism and Entertainment Margherita Boniver28 June 199229 April 1993Socialist Party
Minister without portfolio (Social Affairs) Adriano Bompiani28 June 199229 April 1993Christian Democracy
Minister without portfolio (Urban Area) Carmelo Conte28 June 199229 April 1993Socialist Party
Minister without portfolio (Community Policies and Regional Affairs) Raffaele Costa28 June 199221 February 1993Liberal
 Gianfranco Ciaurro21 February 199329 April 1993Liberal
Minister without portfolio (Coordination of Civil Protection) Ferdinando Facchiano28 June 199229 April 1993Social Democratic Party
Minister without portfolio (Restructuring of State Holdings) Paolo Baratta{{{minister1_termstart}}}IncumbentIndependent
Secretary to the Council of Ministers Fabio Fabbri28 June 199229 April 1993Socialist Party

Notes

  1. ^ a b "New faces". The Wall Street Journal. Retrieved 2013.
  2. ^ Senato della Repubblica - XI Legislatura - Seduta n. 12
  3. ^ Camera dei Deputati - XI Legislatura - Seduta n. 16
  4. ^ Camera dei Deputati - XI Legislatura - Seduta n. 171

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