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Forlani Cabinet
Forlani Cabinet
Flag of Italy.svg
38th cabinet of Italy
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Date formed18 October 1980 (1980-10-18)
Date dissolved28 June 1981 (1981-06-28)
People and organisations
Head of stateSandro Pertini
Head of governmentArnaldo Forlani
Total no. of ministers26
Member partiesDC, PSI, PSDI, PRI
Status in legislatureCoalition government
Opposition partiesPCI, MSI, PR, PLI, PdUP
History
Legislature term(s)VIII Legislature (1979-1983)
PredecessorCossiga II Cabinet
SuccessorSpadolini I Cabinet

The Forlani Cabinet, led by Arnaldo Forlani, was the 38th cabinet of the Italian Republic.

The government was composed of DC, PSI, PSDI and PRI, with the abstention of the PLI. Since in the Italian Senate the abstention is valid as a contrary vote, the two senators of the PLI did not take part in the vote of confidence to the government.

He fell as a result of the P2 lodge scandal. Forlani resigned on 26 May 1981.

Party breakdown

Ministers and other members

Composition of the Government

Portrait Office Name Term Party Undersecretaries
Forlani.jpg Prime Minister Arnaldo Forlani 18 October 1980 - 28 June 1981 Christian Democracy Piergiorgio Bressani (DC)[a]
Luigi Giglia (DC)[b]
Francesco Mazzola (DC)[c]
Emilio Colombo 3.jpg Minister of Foreign Affairs Emilio Colombo 18 October 1980 - 28 June 1981 Christian Democracy Costantino Belluscio (PSDI)
Libero Della Briotta (PSI)
Aristide Gunnella (PRI)
Edoardo Speranza (DC)
Virginio Rognoni daticamera.jpg Minister of the Interior Virginio Rognoni 18 October 1980 - 28 June 1981 Christian Democracy Marino Corder (DC)
Angelo Maria Sanza (DC)
Giuseppe Di Vagno (PSI)
Adolfo Sarti crop.jpg
Adolfo Sarti
18 October 1980 - 23 May 1981
Christian Democracy Giuseppe Gargani (DC)
Domenico Raffaello Lombardi (DC)
Francesco Spinelli (PSI)
Clelio Darida.jpg
Clelio Darida
23 May 1981 - 28 June 1981
Christian Democracy
Giorgio La Malfa 2.jpg Minister of Budget and Economic Planning Giorgio La Malfa 18 October 1980 - 28 June 1981 Italian Republican Party Lucio Gustavo Abis (DC)
Franco Reviglio.jpg Minister of Finance Franco Reviglio 18 October 1980 - 28 June 1981 Italian Socialist Party Giuseppe Amadei (PSDI)
Francesco Colucci (PSI)
Mario Gargano (DC)
Beniamino Andreatta.jpg Minister of Treasury Beniamino Andreatta 18 October 1980 - 28 June 1981 Christian Democracy Carlo Fracanzani (DC)
Giuseppe Pisanu (DC)
Eugenio Tarabini (DC)
Angelo Tiraboschi (PSI)
Claudio Venanzetti (PRI)
Lelio Lagorio.jpg Minister of Defence Lelio Lagorio 18 October 1980 - 28 June 1981 Italian Socialist Party Pasquale Bandiera (PRI)
Amerigo Petrucci (DC)
Martino Scovacricchi (PSDI)
Guido Bodrato.jpg Minister of Public Education Guido Bodrato 18 October 1980 - 28 June 1981 Christian Democracy Antonino Drago (DC)
Franca Falcucci (DC)
Claudio Lenoci (PSI)
Giacomo Samuele Mazzoli (DC)
Franco Foschi.jpg Minister of Public Works Franco Foschi 18 October 1980 - 28 June 1981 Christian Democracy Francesco Fossa (PSI)
Giorgio Santuz (DC)
Giuseppe Bartolomei.jpg Minister of Agriculture and Forests Giuseppe Bartolomei 18 October 1980 - 28 June 1981 Christian Democracy Mario Campagnoli (DC)
Fabio Fabbri (PSI)
Anselmo Martoni (PSDI)
Rino Formica.jpg Minister of Transport Rino Formica 18 October 1980 - 28 June 1981 Italian Socialist Party Antonio Caldoro (PSI)
Giosi Roccamonte (PSDI)
Elio Tiriolo (DC)
Michele Di Giesi.jpg Minister of Post and Telecommunications Michele Di Giesi 18 October 1980 - 28 June 1981 Christian Democracy Giorgio Bogi (PRI)
Pino Leccisi (DC)
Gaspare Saladino (PSI)
Antonio Bisaglia.jpg
Minister of Industry, Commerce and Craftsmanship
Antonio Bisaglia
18 October 1980 - 20 December 1980
Christian Democracy Bruno Corti (PSI)
Maria Magnani Noya (PSI)
Francesco Rebecchini (DC)
Filippo Maria Pandolfi.jpg
Filippo Maria Pandolfi
20 December 1980 - 28 June 1981
Christian Democracy
Deputato Aldo Aniasi.jpg Minister of Health Aldo Aniasi 18 October 1980 - 28 June 1981 Italian Socialist Party Bruno Orsini (DC)
Enrico Manca.jpg Minister of Foreign Trade Enrico Manca 18 October 1980 - 28 June 1981 Italian Socialist Party Baldassare Armato (DC)
Roberto Palleschi (PSI)
Francesco Compagna.jpg Minister of Merchant Navy Francesco Compagna 18 October 1980 - 28 June 1981 Italian Republican Party Giuseppe Caroli (DC)
Giovanni Nonne (PSI)
Gianni De Michelis.jpg Minister of State Holdings Gianni De Michelis 18 October 1980 - 28 June 1981 Italian Socialist Party Giuseppe Antonio Dal Maso (DC)
Giuseppe Tocco (PSI)
Franco Foschi.jpg Franco Foschi 18 October 1980 - 28 June 1981 Christian Democracy Angelo Castelli (DC)
Giuseppe Miroglio (DC)
Sisinio Zito (PSI)
Oddo Biasini.jpg Minister of Cultural and Environmental Heritage Oddo Biasini 18 October 1980 - 28 June 1981 Italian Republican Party Rolando Picchioni (DC)
Nicola Signorello.jpg Minister of Tourism and Entertainment Nicola Signorello 18 October 1980 - 28 June 1981 Christian Democracy Enrico Quaranta (PSI)
Antonio Gava 1976.jpg Minister for Parliamentary Relations
(without portfolio)
Antonio Gava 18 October 1980 - 28 June 1981 Christian Democracy
Clelio Darida.jpg Minister of Public Function
(without portfolio)
Clelio Darida 18 October 1980 - 28 June 1981 Christian Democracy Francesco Quattrone (DC)
Roberto Mazzotta.jpg Minister of Regional Affairs
(without portfolio)
Roberto Mazzotta 18 October 1980 - 28 June 1981 Christian Democracy
Nicola Capria daticamera.jpg Minister for Extraordinary Interventions in the South
(without portfolio)
Nicola Capria 18 October 1980 - 28 June 1981 Italian Socialist Party
Vincenzo Scotti.jpg Minister for the Coordination of Community Policies
(without portfolio)
Vincenzo Scotti 18 October 1980 - 28 June 1981 Christian Democracy
Pier Luigi Romita.jpg Minister for the Coordination of Scientific and Technological Research
(without portfolio)
Pier Luigi Romita 18 October 1980 - 28 June 1981 Italian Socialist Party
Luciano Radi.jpg Secretary of the Council of Ministers Luciano Radi 18 October 1980 - 28 June 1981 Christian Democracy --
  1. ^ With delegation to Press and SIPLAS.
  2. ^ With delegation to the Fund for the South.
  3. ^ With delegation to security services.

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