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Fanfani IV Cabinet
Fanfani IV Cabinet
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17th cabinet of Italy
Amintore Fanfani daticamera.jpg
Date formed22 February 1962
Date dissolved22 June 1963
People and organisations
Head of stateGiovanni Gronchi
Antonio Segni
Head of governmentAmintore Fanfani
Total no. of ministers23
Member partiesDC, PSDI, PRI
External support:
PSI
Status in legislatureCoalition government
Opposition partiesPCI, MSI, PLI, PDIUM
History
Outgoing election1963 election
Legislature term(s)Legislature III (1958-1963)
PredecessorFanfani III Cabinet
SuccessorLeone I Cabinet

The Fanfani IV Cabinet was the 17th cabinet of the Italian Republic, which held office from 22 February 1962 to 22 June 1963, for a total of 485 days, or 1 year and 4 months.[1][2]

The government was presented to the chambers on 2 March 1962. The trust was voted in the Chamber of Deputies on 10 March, which was approved with 295 votes in favor, 195 against and the abstention of the PSI, while in the Senate the vote of trust took place on 15 March, which was approved with 122 votes in favor and 68 against.

On 18 June the Council of Ministers approved the law for the nationalization of electricity, one of the main points of the PSI program and which was approved by the parliament in November, and the Electricity Authority was established with the consequent transfer to it of the electrical industries. At the end of November there was a reshuffle with the replacement of some ministers and some undersecretaries and the changes were approved by the Chamber on 5 December by the Senate on 6 December.

From 4 to 8 January 1963 meetings between the secretaries of the respective parties were held in order to find a compromise between the various parties that supported the government to define how to conclude the legislature. In particular there were disagreements between DC and PSI on the law for the implementation of the regional order, that the DC would like to condition to the breaking of the PSI with the PCI in the local institutions. However, given the now close conclusion of the legislature, the PSI excluded the government crisis.

The parliament was dissolved on 18 February and the president Antonio Segni announced early election.[3]

Party breakdown

Composition

Office Name Party Term
Prime Minister Amintore Fanfani DC 22 February 1962-22 June 1963
Deputy Prime Minister Attilio Piccioni DC 22 February 1962-22 June 1963
Minister of Foreign Affairs Antonio Segni DC 22 February 1962-7 May 1962
Amintore Fanfani (ad interim) DC 7 May 1962-29 May 1962
Attilio Piccioni DC 29 May 1962-22 June 1963
Minister of the Interior Paolo Emilio Taviani DC 22 February 1962-22 June 1963
Minister of Grace and Justice Giacinto Bosco DC 22 February 1962-22 June 1963
Minister of Budget Ugo La Malfa PRI 22 February 1962-22 June 1963
Minister of Finance Giuseppe Trabucchi DC 22 February 1962-22 June 1963
Minister of Treasury Roberto Tremelloni PSDI 22 February 1962-22 June 1963
Minister of Defence Giulio Andreotti DC 22 February 1962-22 June 1963
Minister of Public Education Luigi Gui DC 22 February 1962-22 June 1963
Minister of Public Works Fiorentino Sullo DC 22 February 1962-22 June 1963
Minister of Agriculture and Forests Mariano Rumor DC 22 February 1962-22 June 1963
Minister of Transport Bernardo Mattarella DC 22 February 1962-22 June 1963
Minister of Post and Telecommunications Lorenzo Spallino DC 22 February 1962-27 May 1962
Guido Corbellini DC 27 May 1962-30 November 1962
Carlo Russo DC 30 November 1962-22 June 1963
Minister of Industry and Commerce Emilio Colombo DC 22 February 1962-22 June 1963
Minister of Health Angelo Raffaele Jervolino DC 22 February 1962-22 June 1963
Minister of Foreign Trade Luigi Preti PSDI 22 February 1962-22 June 1963
Minister of Merchant Navy Cino Macrelli PRI 22 February 1962-22 June 1963
Minister of State Holdings Giorgio Bo DC 22 February 1962-22 June 1963
Minister of Labour and Social Security Virginio Bertinelli PSDI 22 February 1962-22 June 1963
Minister of Tourism and Entertainment Alberto Folchi DC 22 February 1962-22 June 1963
Minister for the South and the Depressed Areas (without portfolio) Giulio Pastore DC 22 February 1962-22 June 1963
Minister for Parliamentary Relations (without portfolio) Giuseppe Codacci Pisanelli DC 22 February 1962-22 June 1963
Minister for Scientific Research (without portfolio) Guido Corbellini DC 22 February 1962-22 June 1963
Minister for Public Administration Reform (without portfolio) Giuseppe Medici DC 22 February 1962-22 June 1963
Secretary of the Council of Ministers Umberto Delle Fave DC 22 February 1962-22 June 1963

References


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