De Gasperi VII Cabinet

De Gasperi VII Cabinet

The De Gasperi VII Cabinet held office from 26 July 1951 until 16 July 1953, a total of 721 days, or 1 year, 11 months and 20 days.

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President of the Council of Ministers

Alcide De Gasperi

Vice-President of the Council of Ministers

Attilio Piccioni (from 7 to 17 Sept. 1952 incaricato di esercitare le funzioni di Presidente del Consiglio e Ministro ad interim dell'Africa italiana in assenza di De Gasperi)

Secretary to the President of the Council of Ministers

Giulio Andreotti, Edoardo Angelo Martino, Giorgio Tupini, Roberto Lucifredi

Ministers without portfolio

Carlo Sforza deceduto il 04/09/52


Ministers

Affari esteri

Minister Alcide De Gasperi, ad interim
Undersecretaries Francesco Maria Dominedò, Paolo Emilio Taviani

Internal

Minister Mario Scelba
dall' 11/07/52 al 18/09/52 le funzioni vengono esercitate da Giuseppe Spataro in assenza di Scelba per motivi di salute
Undersecretary Teodoro Bubbio

Africa Italiana

Dicastero soppresso con legge 19/04/1953 n. 430.

Minister Alcide De Gasperi, ad interim
Undersecretaries Giuseppe Brusasca

Grazia e Giustizia

Minister Adone Zoli
Undersecretaries Egidio Tosato

Bilancio

Minister Giuseppe Pella
Undersecretaries Ennio Avanzini (fino al 28/04/52), Tommaso Zerbi

Finanze

Ministro Ezio Vanoni
Undersecretaries Edgardo Castelli, Gesumino Mastino

Tesoro

Minister Ezio Vanoni interim until 02/02/52
Giuseppe Pella interim after 02/02/52
Sottosegretari Silvio Gava, Mario Martinelli, Tiziano Tessitori, Gennaro Cassiani, Ennio Avanzini (dal 28/04/52)

Difesa

Minister Randolfo Pacciardi
Undersecretaries Enrico Malintoppi, Silvano Baresi, Onofrio Jannuzzi

Pubblica Istruzione

Minister Antonio Segni
Undersecretaries Carlo Vischia, Raffaele Resta

Lavori Pubblici

Ministro Salvatore Aldisio
Undersecretaries Ludovico Camangi

Agricoltura e Foreste

Minister Amintore Fanfani
Undersecretaries Luigi Gui, Mariano Rumor

Trasporti

Minister Piero Malvestiti
Undersecretaries Bernardo Mattarella, Basilio Focaccia

Poste e Telecomunicazioni

Minister Giuseppe Spataro
Undersecretary Giuseppe Galati

Industria e Commercio

Minister Pietro Campilli
Undersecretary Adriano Carcaterra, Emilio Battista, Angela Maria Guidi Cingolani

Commercio con l'Estero

Minister Ugo La Malfa
Undersecretary Ludovico Benvenuti

Marina Mercantile

Minister Paolo Cappa
Undersecretary Ludovico Benvenuti

Lavoro e Previdenza Sociale

Minister Leopoldo Rubinacci
Undersecretaries Filippo Murdaca, Giovan Battista Raja, Rinaldo De Bo (fino al 29/07/52), Giovanni Bersani (dal 29/07/52)

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