Amato I Cabinet

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The Amato I Cabinet was the 51st cabinet of the Italian Republic,[1] and the first cabinet of the XI Legislature. It held office from 28 June 1992 until 28 April 1993, a total of 304 days, or 10 months.

Composition of the government:

The cabinet obtained the confidence of the Senate on 2 July 1992 with 173 votes in favour and 140 against.[2] It obtained the confidence of the Chamber of Deputies on 4 July 1992 with 330 votes in favour, 280 against and 2 abstentions.[3] The number of the ministries were reduced to 24 from 32.[1] The government resigned on 22 April 1993.[4]

The Cabinet[edit]

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
Prime Minister   Giuliano Amato 4 July 1992 22 April 1993 Socialist Party
Secretary to the Council of Ministers   Fabio Fabbri 4 July 1992 22 April 1993 Socialist Party
Minister of Foreign Affairs   Vincenzo Scotti 4 July 1992 29 July 1992 Christian Democracy
  Giuliano Amato (ad interim) 29 July 1992 1 August 1992 Socialist Party
  Emilio Colombo 1 August 1992 22 April 1993 Christian Democracy
Minister of the Interior   Nicola Mancino 4 July 1992 22 April 1993 Christian Democracy
Minister of Budget and Economic Programme   Franco Reviglio 4 July 1992 21 February 1993 Socialist Party
  Beniamino Andreatta 21 February 1993 22 April 1993 Christian Democracy
Minister of Finances   Giovanni Goria 4 July 1992 19 February 1993 Christian Democracy
  Franco Reviglio 19 February 1993 30 March 1993 Socialist Party
  Giuliano Amato (ad interim) 30 March 1993 22 April 1993 Socialist Party
Minister of Treasury   Piero Barucci 4 July 1992 22 April 1993 Christian Democracy
Minister of Defense   Salvo Andò 4 July 1992 22 April 1993 Socialist Party
Minister of Justice   Claudio Martelli 4 July 1992 10 February 1993 Socialist Party
  Giovanni Conso 10 February 1993 22 April 1993 Independent
Minister of State Holdings   Giuseppe Guarino 4 July 1992 22 April 1993 Christian Democracy
Minister for Agriculture and Forestry   Giovanni Angelo Fontana 4 July 1992 21 March 1993 Christian Democracy
  Alfredo Luigi Diana 21 March 1993 22 April 1993 Christian Democracy
Minister of Public Works   Francesco Merloni 4 July 1992 22 April 1993 Christian Democracy
Minister of Transports   Giancarlo Tesini 4 July 1992 22 April 1993 Christian Democracy
Minister of Mercantile Shipping   Giancarlo Tesini (ad interim) 4 July 1992 22 April 1993 Christian Democracy
Minister of Industry, Commerce and Craft   Giuseppe Guarino (ad interim) 4 July 1992 22 April 1993 Christian Democracy
Minister of Foreign Trade   Claudio Vitalone 4 July 1992 22 April 1993 Christian Democracy
Minister of Post and Telecommunications   Maurizio Pagani 4 July 1992 22 April 1993 Socialist Party
Minister of Health   Francesco De Lorenzo 4 July 1992 21 February 1993 Liberal Party
  Raffaele Costa 21 February 1993 22 April 1993 Liberal Party
Minister of Labour and Social Security   Nino Cristofori 4 July 1992 22 April 1993 Christian Democracy
Minister of Culture   Alberto Ronchey 4 July 1992 22 April 1993 Independent
Minister of Enviroinment   Carlo Ripa di Meana 4 July 1992 7 March 1993 Socialist Party
  Valdo Spini 7 March 1993 22 April 1993 Socialist Party
Minister of Education   Rosa Russo Jervolino 4 July 1992 22 April 1993 Christian Democracy
Minister of University, Scientific Research and Technology   Alessandro Fontana 4 July 1992 22 April 1993 Christian Democracy
Minister of Tourism and Enviroinment   Margherita Boniver 4 July 1992 22 April 1993 Socialist Party

Composition[edit]

President of the Council of Ministers[edit]

Giuliano Amato (PSI)

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

Fabio Fabbri (PSI)

Ministers without portfolio[edit]

Social Affairs Adriano Bompiani (Independent)
Urban Area Carmelo Conte (PSI)
Coordination of Community Politics and Regional Affairs Raffaele Costa (PLI) until 21/02/93
Gianfranco Ciaurro (PLI) from 21/02/93
Coordination of Civil Protection Ferdinando Facchiano (PSDI)
Restructuring of State Participation Paolo Baratta (Independent) from 21/02/93

Ministers[edit]

Foreign Affairs[edit]

Minister Vincenzo Scotti (DC) until 29/07/92
Giuliano Amato ad interim 29/07/92 to 01/08/92
Emilio Colombo (DC) from 01/08/92
Secretaries Carmelo Azzarà (DC), Giuseppe Giacovazzo (DC), Valdo Spini (PSI)

Interior[edit]

Minister Nicola Mancino (DC)
Secretaries Saverio D'Aquino (PLI), Claudio Lenoci (PSI), Antonino Murmura (DC)

Grace and Justice[edit]

Minister Claudio Martelli (PSI) until 10/02/93
Giovanni Conso (Independent) from 12/02/93
Secretaries Germano De Cinque (DC), Daniela Mazzuconi (DC)

Defence[edit]

Minister Salvo Andò (PSI)
Secretaries Salvatore D'Alia (DC), Dino Madaudo (PSDI)

Budget and Economic Programme[edit]

The minister was also responsible for extraordinary interventions in the Mezzogiorno.

Minister Franco Reviglio (PSI) until 21/02/93
Beniamino Andreatta (DC) from 21/02/93
Secretaries Vito Bonsignore (DC), Luigi Grillo (DC)

Finance[edit]

Minister Giovanni Goria (DC) until 19/02/93
Franco Reviglio (PSI) from 21/02/93 al 30/03/93
Giuliano Amato ad interim from 1/04/93
Secretaries Giorgio Carta (PSDI), Stefano De Luca (PLI), Pino Pisicchio (DC)

Treasury[edit]

Il minister regge anche il Dipartimento della Funzione Pubblica.

Minister Piero Barucci (DC)
Secretaries Paolo Bruno (PSDI), Antonio Giagu Demartini (DC), Piergiovanni Malvestio (DC), Maurizio Sacconi (PSI)

State Holdings[edit]

Minister Giuseppe Guarino, ad interim (until 21/02/93)

Agriculture and Forestry[edit]

Minister Giovanni Angelo Fontana (DC) until 21/03/93
Alfredo Luigi Diana (DC) from 22/03/93
Secretaries Paolo Fogu (PSI)

Public Works[edit]

Minister Francesco Merloni (DC)
Secretaries Tommaso Bisagno (DC), Gabriele Piermartini (PSI)

Transport[edit]

Minister Giancarlo Tesini (DC)
Secretaries Cesare Cursi (DC)

Mercantile Shipping[edit]

Minister Giancarlo Tesini, ad interim
Secretaries Giulio Camber (PSI)

Industry, Commerce and Craft[edit]

Minister Giuseppe Guarino (DC)
Secretaries Luigi Farace (DC), Felice Iossa (PSI)

Foreign Trade[edit]

Minister Claudio Vitalone (DC)

Post and Telecommunications[edit]

Minister Maurizio Pagani (PSDI)
Secretaries Publio Fiori (DC), Giorgio Casoli (PSI)

Health[edit]

Minister Francesco De Lorenzo (PLI) until 21/02/93
Raffaele Costa (PLI) from 21/02/93
Secretaries Luciano Azzolini (DC)

Labour and Social Security[edit]

Minister Nino Cristofori (DC)
Secretaries Fiorindo D'Aimmo (DC), Sandro Principe (PSI)

Culture[edit]

Minister Alberto Ronchey (Independent)

Environment[edit]

Minister Carlo Ripa di Meana (PSI) until 7/03/93
Valdo Spini (PSI) from 9/03/93

Public Instruction[edit]

Minister Rosa Iervolino Russo (DC)
Secretaries Giuseppe Matulli (DC), Savino Melillo (PLI)

University, Scientific Research and Technology[edit]

Minister Alessandro Fontana (DC)
Secretaries Rossella Artioli (PSI)

Tourism and Entertainment[edit]

Minister Margherita Boniver (PSI)

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b "New faces". The Wall Street Journal. Retrieved 26 April 2013. 
  2. ^ Senato della Repubblica - XI Legislatura - Seduta n. 12
  3. ^ Camera dei Deputati - XI Legislatura - Seduta n. 16
  4. ^ Camera dei Deputati - XI Legislatura - Seduta n. 171