Amato II Cabinet

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Amato II Cabinet
Giuliano Amato 2009.jpg
In office
25 April 2000 – 11 June 2001
(412 days)
Preceded by D'Alema II
Succeeded by Berlusconi II

The Amato II Cabinet was the 56th cabinet of the Italian Republic, the fourth and last cabinet of the XIII Legislature. It held office from 25 April 2000 to 11 June 2001, a total of 412 days, or 1 year, 1 month and 17 days.

Composition of the government:

Obtained the confidence of the House of Deputies on 28 April 2000 with 319 votes in favour and 298 against.[1]

Obtained the confidence of the Senate on 3 May 2000 with 179 votes in favour, 112 against and 2 abstentions.[2]

Resigned on 31 May 2001, at the end of the legislature.[3]

President of the Council of Ministers[edit]

Giuliano Amato (Independent)

Secretary to the Council of Ministers[edit]

Enrico Micheli (PPI)

Secretaries to the President of the Council of Ministers[edit]

Gianclaudio Bressa (PPI), Raffaele Cananzi (PPI), Vannino Chiti (DS), Dario Franceschini (PPI), Elena Montecchi (DS)

Ministers without Portfolio[edit]

Regional Affairs[edit]

Civil Service[edit]

Equal Opportunities[edit]

Community Politics[edit]

Institutional Reform[edit]

Relations with Parliament[edit]

Social Security[edit]

Ministers[edit]

Foreign Affairs[edit]

Minister Lamberto Dini (RI)
Secretaries Franco Danieli (Dem), Umberto Ranieri (DS), Rino Serri (DS), Ugo Intini (SDI)

Interior[edit]

Minister Enzo Bianco (Dem)
Secretaries Aniello Di Nardo (Dem), Massimo Brutti (DS), Gian Franco Schietroma (SDI), Severino Lavagnini (PPI)

Justice[edit]

Minister Piero Fassino (DS)
Secretaries Franco Corleone (FdV), Marianna Li Calzi (RI), Rocco Maggi (Dem)

Treasury, Budget and Economic Programme[edit]

Minister Vincenzo Visco (DS)
Secretaries Dino Piero Giarda (Independent), Gianfranco Morgando (PPI), Santino Pagano (UDEur), Bruno Solaroli (DS)

Finance[edit]

Minister Ottaviano Del Turco (SDI)
Secretaries Natale D'Amico (RI), Alfiero Grandi (DS), Armando Veneto (PPI, until 09/02/01)

Industry, Commerce and Craft[edit]

Minister Enrico Letta (PPI)
Secretaries Cesare De Piccoli (DS), Stefano Passigli (DS), Mauro Fabris (UDEur)

Foreign Trade[edit]

Minister Enrico Letta (PPI) Ad interim

Public Instruction[edit]

Minister Tullio De Mauro (Independent)
Secretaries Giuseppe Gambale (Dem), Silvia Barbieri (DS), Carla Rocchi (FdV, until 04/08/00), Giovanni Manzini (PPI)

Labour and Social Security[edit]

Minister Cesare Salvi (DS)
Secretaries Paolo Guerrini (PdCI), Raffaele Morese (Independent), Ornella Piloni (DS)

Defence[edit]

Minister Sergio Mattarella (PPI)
Secretaries Gianni Rivera (Dem), Marco Minniti (DS), Massimo Ostillio (UDEur)

Agriculture and Forestry[edit]

Minister Alfonso Pecoraro Scanio (FdV)
Secretaries Roberto Borroni (DS), Luigi Nocera (UDEur)

The Environment[edit]

Minister Willer Bordon (Dem)
Secretaries Valerio Calzolaio (DS), Nicola Fusillo (PPI)

Transport and Navigation[edit]

Minister Pier Luigi Bersani (DS)
Secretaries Giordano Angelini (DS), Luca Danese (UDEur), Mario Occhipinti (Dem)

Public Works[edit]

Minister Nerio Nesi (PdCI)
Secretaries Antonio Bargone (Independent), Antonino Mangiacavallo (RI, from 04/08/00), Romano Carratelli (PPI, from 28/12/00), Salvatore Ladu (PPI, until 28/12/00)

Health[edit]

Minister Umberto Veronesi (Independent)
Secretaries Ombretta Fumagalli Carulli (RI), Grazia Labate (DS), Carla Rocchi (FdV, from 04/08/00)

Cultural Items and Activities[edit]

Minister Giovanna Melandri (DS)
Secretaries Giampaolo D'Andrea (PPI), Carlo Carli (DS)

Communications[edit]

Minister Salvatore Cardinale (PPI)
Secretaries Michele Lauria (PPI), Vincenzo Maria Vita (DS)

University, Scientific Research and Technology[edit]

Minister Ortensio Zecchino (PPI) until 02/02/01
Giuliano Amato interim from 02/02/01
Secretaries Antonino Cuffaro (PdCI), Luciano Guerzoni (DS), Vincenzo Sica (Dem)

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Camera dei Deputati - XIII Legislatura - Seduta n. 714
  2. ^ Senato della Repubblica - XIII Legislatura - Seduta n. 829
  3. ^ Camera dei Deputati - XIV Legislatura - Seduta n. 2