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Moro III Cabinet
Moro III Cabinet
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21st cabinet of Italy
Aldo Moro 1968.jpg
Date formed23 February 1966
Date dissolved24 June 1968
People and organisations
Head of stateGiuseppe Saragat
Head of governmentAldo Moro
Total no. of ministers25
Member partiesDC, PSI, PSDI, PRI
Status in legislatureCoalition government
Organic Centre-left
Opposition partiesPCI, PLI, MSI, PDIUM, PSIUP
History
Outgoing election1968 election
Legislature term(s)Legislature IV (1963-1968)
PredecessorMoro II Cabinet
SuccessorLeone II Cabinet

The Moro III Cabinet was the 21st cabinet of the Italian Republic, that held office from 23 February 1966 to 24 June 1968, a total of 852 days, or 2 years, 4 months and 1 day.[1] The cabinet is described as an organic centre-left government.[2][3]

Party breakdown

Composition

Office Name Party Term
Prime Minister Aldo Moro DC 23 February 1966 - 24 June 1968
Deputy Prime Minister Pietro Nenni PSI 23 February 1966 - 24 June 1968
Minister of Foreign Affairs Amintore Fanfani DC 23 February 1966 - 24 June 1968
Minister of the Interior Paolo Emilio Taviani DC 23 February 1966 - 24 June 1968
Minister of Grace and Justice Oronzo Reale PRI 23 February 1966 - 24 June 1968
Minister of Budget Giovanni Pieraccini PSI 23 February 1966 - 24 June 1968
Minister of Finance Luigi Preti PSDI 23 February 1966 - 24 June 1968
Minister of Treasury Emilio Colombo DC 23 February 1966 - 24 June 1968
Minister of Defence Roberto Tremelloni PSDI 23 February 1966 - 24 June 1968
Minister of Public Education Luigi Gui DC 23 February 1966 - 24 June 1968
Minister of Public Works Giacomo Mancini PSI 23 February 1966 - 24 June 1968
Minister of Agriculture and Forests Franco Restivo DC 23 February 1966 - 24 June 1968
Minister of Transport and Civil Aviation Oscar Luigi Scalfaro DC 23 February 1966 - 24 June 1968
Minister of Post and Telecommunications Giovanni Spagnolli DC 23 February 1966 - 24 June 1968
Minister of Industry, Commerce and Craftsmanship[a] Giulio Andreotti DC 23 February 1966 - 24 June 1968
Minister of Health Luigi Mariotti PSI 23 February 1966 - 24 June 1968
Minister of Foreign Trade Giusto Tolloy PSI 23 February 1966 - 24 June 1968
Minister of Merchant Navy Lorenzo Natali DC 23 February 1966 - 24 June 1968
Minister of State Holdings Giorgio Bo DC 23 February 1966 - 24 June 1968
Minister of Labour and Social Security Giacinto Bosco DC 23 February 1966 - 24 June 1968
Minister of Tourism and Entertainment Achille Corona PSI 23 February 1966 - 24 June 1968
Minister for Particular Political Tasks (without portfolio) Attilio Piccioni DC 23 February 1966 - 24 June 1968
Minister for Extraordinary Interventions in the South (without portfolio) Giulio Pastore DC 23 February 1966 - 24 June 1968
Minister for Parliamentary Relations (without portfolio) Giovanni Battista Scaglia DC 23 February 1966 - 24 June 1968
Minister for Scientific Research (without portfolio) Leopoldo Rubinacci DC 23 February 1966 - 24 June 1968
Secretary of the Council of Ministers Angelo Salizzoni DC 23 February 1966 - 24 June 1968
  1. ^ Until 26 September 1966: Minister of Industry and Commerce

References

  1. ^ Governo Moro III
  2. ^ Luca Verzichelli; Maurizio Cotta (July 2012). "Technicians, technical government and non-partisan ministers. The Italian experience" (PDF). CirCap. Retrieved 2014.
  3. ^ Fausto De Luca, Giuramento a Segni dei ventisei ministri, in "Stampa Sera", 23 July 1964, page 1

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