Legislature I of Italy
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Legislature I of Italy

Legislature I of Italy (Italian: I Legislatura della Repubblica Italiana) was the legislature of Italy which lasted from 8 May 1948 until 24 June 1953.

Background and history

The elections of 18 April 1948 were the first elections of the first Italian republic, after those of two years prior to the establishment of the Constituent Assembly. The Italian Constitution came into force, creating the first effective government.

The government broke down after about two years. The Prime Minister, Alcide De Gasperi decided to resign following the hostile reaction of the Liberal Party over land law. On 14 January 1950 De Gasperi resigned and on 27 January, a new government was formed without the support of the liberals.

Government

President of the Chamber of Deputies

Vice President of the Chamber of Deputies

President of the Senate

Senators of the I Legislature

Gruppo Democratico Cristiano

Gruppo Democratico di Sinistra

Gruppo Comunista

Gruppo Liberale

Gruppo del Partito Socialista Italiano

Gruppo Repubblicano

Gruppo del Partito Socialista Democratico

Gruppo Misto


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