Giovanni Spadolini

Giovanni Spadolini

Infobox Prime Minister
name = Giovanni Spadolini
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order2 = President of the Italian Senate
Acting President of the Republic
from April 28, 1992 to May 28, 1992

term_start2 = 2 July, 1987
term_end2 = 14 April, 1994
predecessor2 = Giovanni Francesco Malagodi
successor2 = Carlo Scognamiglio Pasini
order = 64th
President of the Council of Ministers of Italy
president = Alessandro Pertini
term_start = June 28, 1981
term_end = December 1, 1982
predecessor = Arnaldo Forlani
successor = Amintore Fanfani
order3 = Italian Minister of Education
primeminister3 = Giulio Andreotti
term_start3 = March 20, 1979
term_end3 = August 4, 1979
predecessor3 = Mario Pedini
successor3 = Salvatore Valitutti
order4 = Italian Minister of Defense
primeminister4 = Bettino Craxi
term_start4 = August 4, 1983
term_end4 = April 17, 1987
predecessor4 = Lelio Lagorio
successor4 = Remo Gaspari
birth_date = birth date|1925|6|21|mf=y
nationality = Italian
death_date = death date and age|1994|8|4|1925|6|21|mf=y
birth_place = Florence, Italy
death_place = Rome, Italy
party = Italian Republican Party

Giovanni Spadolini (Florence, June 21, 1925 – Rome, August 4 1994) was a liberal Italian politician, prime minister, newspaper editor, journalist, and a noted historian.

Before entering politics, he was editor of Il Corriere della Sera (The Evening Courier) from 1968 to 1972. He served as Minister for Cultural Assets and Activities from 1974 to 1976.

He was leader of the Italian Republican Party (PRI) from 1979 to 1987. He served as Prime Minister of Italy from 1981 to 1982, the first in the post-1945 Republic to do so who was not a member of the Christian Democrat party.

From 1987 to April 1994 he was President of the Italian Senate. Following the electoral success of Silvio Berlusconi's House of Freedoms, he lost the chairmanship of the Senate to Carlo Scognamiglio Pasini by a single vote. He died four months later, on August 4, 1994.

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