De Gasperi II Cabinet

De Gasperi II Cabinet

The De Gasperi II Cabinet was the first cabinet of the Italian Republic, established following the referendum of 2 June 1946, in which the Italian people voted in favour of the Republic. It held office from 13 July 1946 until 2 February 1947, a total of 206 days, or 6 months and 22 days.

Contents

President of the Council of Ministers

Alcide De Gasperi (DC)

Secretary to the President of the Council of Ministers

Paolo Cappa (DC)

Ministers without Portfolio

Minister Pietro Nenni (PSIUP)
Cino Macrelli (PRI)

Ministers

Foreign Affairs

Minister Alcide De Gasperi interim, until 18/10/46
Pietro Nenni (PSIUP) from 18/10/46
Secretaries Antonio Giolitti (PCI) until 18/10/46, Giuseppe Brusasca (DC) from 18/10/46, Giuseppe Lupis (PSIUP)

Italian Africa

Minister Alcide De Gasperi (DC), ad interim

Interior

Minister Alcide De Gasperi (DC), ad interim
Secretary Angelo Corsi (PSIUP)

Grace and Justice

Minister Fausto Gullo (PCI)

Secretary Achille Marazza (DC)

Finance

Minister Mauro Scoccimarro (PCI)
Secretary Salvatore Scoca (DC) until 18/10/46, Giuseppe Pella (DC) from 18/10/46

Treasury

Minister Epicarmo Corbino (PLI) until 18/09/46
Giovanni Battista Bertone (DC) from 18/09/46
Secretary Raffaele Pio Petrilli (DC), Vincenzo Cavallari (PCI)

War

Minister Cipriano Facchinetti (PRI)
Secretary Enrico Martino (PRI), Luigi Chatrian (DC) until 18/10/46

Aeronautics

Minister Mario Cingolani (DC)
Secretary Giosuè Fiorentino (PSIUP)

Navy

Minister Giuseppe Micheli (DC)
Secretary Vito Mario Stampacchia (PSIUP) (dal 18/10/46)

Post-Conflict Assistance

Minister Emilio Sereni (PCI)
Secretary Luigi Cacciatore (PSIUP), Giovanni Carignani (DC)

Industry and Commerce

Minister Rodolfo Morandi (PSIUP)
Secretary Roberto Tremelloni (PSIUP), Giuseppe Brusasca (DC) until 18/10/46, Mario Assennato (PCI) from 18/10/46

Foreign Trade

Minister Pietro Campilli (DC)
Secretary Giuseppe Chiostergi (PRI)

Agriculture and Forests

Minister Antonio Segni (DC)

Secretary Velio Spano (PCI)

Public Works

Minister Giuseppe Romita (PSIUP)
Secretary Pier Carlo Restagno (DC)

Labour and Social Security

Minister Ludovico D'Aragona (PSIUP)
Secretary Gennaro Cassiani (DC)

Transport

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

Shipping

Minister Salvatore Aldisio (DC)
Secretary Giuseppe Montalbano (PCI)

Telecommunications

Minister Mario Scelba (DC)
Secretary Luigi De Filpo (PCI)

Public Instruction

Minister Guido Gonella (DC)
Secretary Giuseppe Salvatore Bellusci (PRI)



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