Leone I Cabinet
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Leone I Cabinet
Leone I Cabinet
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18th cabinet of Italy
Giovanni Leone daticamera 1963.jpg
Date formed22 June 1963
Date dissolved5 December 1963
People and organisations
Head of stateAntonio Segni
Head of governmentGiovanni Leone
Total no. of ministers22
Member partyDC
Status in legislatureOne-party government
History
Election(s)1963 election
Legislature term(s)Legislature IV (1963-1968)
PredecessorFanfani IV Cabinet
SuccessorMoro I Cabinet

The Leone I Cabinet was the 18th cabinet of the Italian Republic, which held office from 22 June 1963 to 5 December 1963, for a total of 166 days, or 5 months and 13 days.[1][2]

It was also knowns as Bridge government (Governo ponte),[3] as a transitional government awaiting the recomposition of the internal currents of the PSI (led respectively by Riccardo Lombardi and Pietro Nenni) and its entry into the cabinet.

Composition

Office Name Party Term
Prime Minister Giovanni Leone DC 22 June 1963 - 5 December 1963
Deputy Prime Minister Attilio Piccioni DC 22 June 1963 - 5 December 1963
Minister of Foreign Affairs Attilio Piccioni DC 22 June 1963 - 5 December 1963
Minister of the Interior Mariano Rumor DC 22 June 1963 - 5 December 1963
Minister of Grace and Justice Giacinto Bosco DC 22 June 1963 - 5 December 1963
Minister of Budget Giuseppe Medici DC 22 June 1963 - 5 December 1963
Minister of Finance Mario Martinelli DC 22 June 1963 - 5 December 1963
Minister of Treasury Emilio Colombo DC 22 June 1963 - 5 December 1963
Minister of Defence Giulio Andreotti DC 22 June 1963 - 5 December 1963
Minister of Public Education Luigi Gui DC 22 June 1963 - 5 December 1963
Minister of Public Works Fiorentino Sullo DC 22 June 1963 - 5 December 1963
Minister of Agriculture and Forests Bernardo Mattarella DC 22 June 1963 - 5 December 1963
Minister of Transport and Civil Aviation Guido Corbellini DC 22 June 1963 - 5 December 1963
Minister of Post and Telecommunications Carlo Russo DC 22 June 1963 - 5 December 1963
Minister of Industry and Commerce Giuseppe Togni DC 22 June 1963 - 5 December 1963
Minister of Health Angelo Raffaele Jervolino DC 22 June 1963 - 5 December 1963
Minister of Foreign Trade Giuseppe Trabucchi DC 22 June 1963 - 5 December 1963
Minister of Merchant Navy Francesco Maria Dominedò DC 22 June 1963 - 5 December 1963
Minister of State Holdings Giorgio Bo DC 22 June 1963 - 5 December 1963
Minister of Labour and Social Security Umberto Delle Fave DC 22 June 1963 - 5 December 1963
Minister of Tourism and Entertainment Alberto Folchi DC 22 June 1963 - 5 December 1963
Minister for the South and the Depressed Areas (without portfolio) Giulio Pastore DC 22 June 1963 - 5 December 1963
Minister for Parliamentary Relations (without portfolio) Giuseppe Codacci Pisanelli DC 22 June 1963 - 5 December 1963
Minister of Public Administration Reform (without portfolio) Roberto Lucifredi DC 22 June 1963 - 5 December 1963
Secretary of the Council of Ministers Crescenzo Mazza DC 22 June 1963 - 5 December 1963

References


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