Monti Cabinet

Monti Cabinet
Monti Cabinet
Assumed office
16 Nov 2011
Preceded by Berlusconi IV Cabinet
The Monti cabinet with Giorgio Napolitano

The Monti cabinet is the incumbent cabinet of the government of Italy and was announced on November 16, 2011.[1][2][3] The cabinet is composed of technocrats, three of whom are women. It includes twelve ministers with portfolio, and five without portfolio.[4]

Monti Cabinet
Ministry Minister Party
President of the Council of Ministers
and Minister of Economy and Finance
Secretary of the Council
Mario Monti

Antonio Catricalà

Minister of Foreign Affairs Giulio Terzi di Sant'Agata Independent
Minister of the Interior Anna Maria Cancellieri Independent
Minister of Defense Giampaolo Di Paola Independent
Minister of Justice
and Keeper of the Seals
Paola Severino Independent
Minister of Education, University and Research Francesco Profumo Independent
Minister of Health Renato Balduzzi Independent
Minister of Welfare Elsa Fornero Independent
Minister of Environment Corrado Clini Independent
Minister of Culture Lorenzo Ornaghi Independent
Minister of Agriculture Mario Catania Independent
Minister of Development
and Minister of Infrastructures
Corrado Passera Independent
Minister without portfolio (Parliament) Piero Giarda Independent
Minister without portfolio (Territorial cohesion) Fabrizio Barca Independent
Minister without portfolio (Tourism and Sport) Piero Gnudi Independent
Minister without portfolio (European affairs) Enzo Moavero Milanesi Independent
Minister without portfolio (International cooperation) Andrea Riccardi Independent


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