De Gasperi III Cabinet

De Gasperi III Cabinet

The De Gasperi III Cabinet held office from 2 February 1947 until 31 May 1947, a total of 119 days, or 3 months and 29 days.

Contents

President of the Council of Ministers

Alcide De Gasperi (DC)

Secretary to the President of the Council of Ministers

Paolo Cappa (DC), Vincenzo Moscatelli (PCI)

Ministers

Foreign Affairs

Minister Carlo Sforza (PRI)
Secretary Eugenio Reale (PCI), Giuseppe Lupis (PSI)

Interior

Minister Mario Scelba (DC)
Secretary Ernesto Carpano Maglioli (PSI)

Italian Africa

Minister Alcide De Gasperi (DC), ad interim

Grace and Justice

Minister Fausto Gullo (PCI)
Secretary Umberto Merlin (DC)

Finance

Minister Piero Campilli (DC)
Secretary Giuseppe Pella (DC), Raffaele Pio Petrilli (DC), Giovanni Braschi (DC), Vincenzo Cavallari (PCI)

War

Minister Luigi Gasparotto (PDL) Dal 14 febbraio 1947.
Secretary Giuseppe Brusasca (DC), Luigi Chatrian (DC), Francesco Moranino (PCI), Vito Mario Stampacchia (PSI)

Public Instruction

Minister Guido Gonella (DC)
Secretary Ferdinando Bernini (PSI)

Public Works

Minister Emilio Sereni (PCI)
Secretary Pier Carlo Restagno (DC)

Agriculture and Forests

Minister Antonio Segni (DC)
Secretary Luigi De Filpo (PCI)

Transport

Minister Giacomo Ferrari (PCI)
Secretary Angelo Raffaele Jervolino (DC)

Telecommunications

Minister Luigi Cacciatore (PSI)
Secretary Vito Giuseppe Galati (DC)


Industry and Commerce

Minister Rodolfo Morandi (PSI)
Secretary Vannuccio Faralli (PSI), Antonio Cavalli (DC)

Foreign Trade

Minister Ezio Vanoni (DC)
Secretary Mario Assennato (PCI)

Shipping

Minister Salvatore Aldisio (DC)
Secretary Giosuè Fiorentino (PSI)

Labour and Social Security

Minister Giuseppe Romita (PSI)
Secretary Giuseppe Togni (DC)

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