De Gasperi IV Cabinet

De Gasperi IV Cabinet

The De Gasperi IV Cabinet held office from 31 May 1947 until 23 May 1948, a total of 358 days, or 11 months and 22 days.

Contents

President of the Council of Ministers

Alcide De Gasperi

Vicepresidenti del Consiglio dei ministri

Luigi Einaudi, Randolfo Pacciardi, Giuseppe Saragat

Secretary to the President of the Council of Ministers

Giulio Andreotti, Edoardo Angelo Martino

Ministers without portfolio

Giuseppe Togni (dal 15/12/47)

Ministers

Affari esteri

Minister Carlo Sforza
Undersecretary Giuseppe Brusasca

Interno

Minister Mario Scelba
Undersecretary Achille Marazza

Africa Italiana

Ministro Alcide De Gasperi, Ad interim.

Grazia e Giustizia

Minister Giuseppe Grassi
Undersecretaries Gennaro Cassiani, Vittorio Badini Confalonieri

Bilancio

Dicastero istituito con decreto legislativo del capo provvisorio dello Stato il 04/06/47.

Minister Luigi Einaudi

Finanze

Con decreto del capo provvisorio dello Stato del 04/06/47 viene soppresso il Ministero delle Finanze e Tesoro e sono costituiti due distinti dicasteri.

Ministro Giuseppe Pella
Undersecretary Piero Malvestiti (from 25/10/47)

Tesoro

Con decreto del capo provvisorio dello Stato del 04/06/47 viene soppresso il Ministero delle Finanze e Tesoro e sono costituiti due distinti dicasteri.

Minister Gustavo Del Vecchio
Undersecretary Antonio Cifaldi

Difesa

Minister Mario Cingolani until 15/12/47
Cipriano Facchinetti from 15/12/47
Undersecretaries Luigi Chatrian (until 22/12/47), Ugo Rodinò (from 22/12/47), Luigi Meda (from 15/02/48)

Pubblica Istruzione

Minister Guido Gonella
Undersecretary Giuseppe Perrone Capano (from 22/12/47)

Lavori Pubblici

Minister Umberto Tupini
Undersecretary Emilio Canevari (from 22/12/47)

Agricoltura e Foreste

Minister Antonio Segni
Undersecretary Giovanni Cartia (dal 22/12/47)

Trasporti

Minister Guido Corbellini
Undersecretary Angelo Raffaele Jervolino

Poste e Telecomunicazioni

Ministro Umberto Merlin until al 15/12/47
Ludovico D'Aragona dal 15/12/47
Undersecretary Francesco De Vita (from 22/12/47)

Industria e Commercio

Minister Giuseppe Togni until 15/12/47
Roberto Tremelloni from 15/12/47
Undersecretary Antonio Cavalli (from 12/09/47)

Commercio con l'Estero

Minister Cesare Merzagora
Undersecretary Pietro Bulloni

Marina Mercantile

Minister Paolo Cappa

Lavoro e Previdenza Sociale

Minister Amintore Fanfani
Undersecretary Luciano Magrini (dal 22/12/47)

Collegamenti esterni


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