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]

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