De Gasperi VIII Cabinet

De Gasperi VIII Cabinet

The De Gasperi VIII Cabinet held office from 16 July to 17 August 1953, a total of just 32 days. It was the first government of the Republic to fall at its inaugural Parliamentary vote of confidence, having been submitted to Parliament by President Luigi Einaudi.

Contents

President of the Council of Ministers

Alcide De Gasperi

Vice-President of the Council of Ministers

Attilio Piccioni

Secretary to the President of the Council of Ministers

Giulio Andreotti, Giorgio Tupini, Roberto Lucifredi

Ministers without portfolio

Presidente del comitato dei ministri della Cassa per il Mezzogiorno e per l'esecuzione di opere straordinarie di pubblico interesse nell'Italia settentrionale e centrale Pietro Campilli

Ministers

Affari esteri

Minister Alcide De Gasperi, ad interim
Undersecretary Francesco Maria Dominedò, Ludovico Benvenuti

Interno

Minister Amintore Fanfani
Undersecretary Guido Bisori

Grazia e Giustizia

Minister Guido Gonella
Undersecretary Fernando Tambroni

Tesoro

Minister Giuseppe Pella (ad interim)
Sottosegretari Ennio Avanzini, Rodolfo Vicentini, Mario Zotta, Gennaro Cassiani

Bilancio

Minister Giuseppe Pella
Undersecretary Mario Ferrari Aggradi

Finanze

Minister Ezio Vanoni
Undersecretary Edgardo Castelli, Angelo Motta

Difesa

Minister Giuseppe Codacci Pisanelli
Undersecretary Edoardo Angelo Martino, Giacinto Bosco, Gaetano Vigo

Pubblica Istruzione

Minister Giuseppe Bettiol
Undersecretary Raffaele Resta, Angelo Di Rocco

Lavori Pubblici

Minister Giuseppe Spataro
Undersecretary Emilio Colombo

Agricoltura e Foreste

Minister Rocco Salomone
Undersecretary Luigi Gui, Mariano Rumor

Trasporti

Minister Giuseppe Togni
Undersecretary Giovanni Bovetti

Poste e Telecomunicazioni

Minister Umberto Merlin
Undersecretary Enrico Carboni

Industria e Commercio

Ministro Silvio Gava
Undersecretary Emilio Battista, Gioacchino Quarello

Commercio con l'Estero

Minister Paolo Emilio Taviani
Undersecretary Mario Martinelli

Marina Mercantile

Minister Bernardo Mattarella
Undersecretary Basilio Focaccia

Lavoro e Previdenza Sociale

Minister Leopoldo Rubinacci
Undersecretary Rinaldo Del Bo, Umberto Delle Fave



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