De Gasperi II Cabinet

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The De Gasperi II Cabinet was the first cabinet of the Italian Republic, established following the referendum of 2 June 1946, in which the Italian people voted in favour of the Republic. It held office from 14 July 1946 until 2 February 1947, a total of 203 days, or 6 months and 19 days.

President of the Council of Ministers[edit]

Alcide De Gasperi (DC)

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

Paolo Cappa (DC)

Ministers without Portfolio[edit]

Minister Pietro Nenni (PSIUP)
Cino Macrelli (PRI)

Ministers[edit]

Foreign Affairs[edit]

Minister Alcide De Gasperi interim, until 18/10/46
Pietro Nenni (PSIUP) from 18/10/46
Secretaries Antonio Giolitti (PCI) until 18/10/46, Giuseppe Brusasca (DC) from 18/10/46, Giuseppe Lupis (PSIUP)

Italian Africa[edit]

Minister Alcide De Gasperi (DC), ad interim

Interior[edit]

Minister Alcide De Gasperi (DC), ad interim
Secretary Angelo Corsi (PSIUP)

Grace and Justice[edit]

Minister Fausto Gullo (PCI)

Secretary Achille Marazza (DC)

Finance[edit]

Minister Mauro Scoccimarro (PCI)
Secretary Salvatore Scoca (DC) until 18/10/46, Giuseppe Pella (DC) from 18/10/46

Treasury[edit]

Minister Epicarmo Corbino (PLI) until 18/09/46
Giovanni Battista Bertone (DC) from 18/09/46
Secretary Raffaele Pio Petrilli (DC), Vincenzo Cavallari (PCI)

War[edit]

Minister Cipriano Facchinetti (PRI)
Secretary Enrico Martino (PRI), Luigi Chatrian (DC) until 18/10/46

Aeronautics[edit]

Minister Mario Cingolani (DC)
Secretary Giosuè Fiorentino (PSIUP)

Navy[edit]

Minister Giuseppe Micheli (DC)
Secretary Vito Mario Stampacchia (PSIUP) (dal 18/10/46)

Post-Conflict Assistance[edit]

Minister Emilio Sereni (PCI)
Secretary Luigi Cacciatore (PSIUP), Giovanni Carignani (DC)

Industry and Commerce[edit]

Minister Rodolfo Morandi (PSIUP)
Secretary Roberto Tremelloni (PSIUP), Giuseppe Brusasca (DC) until 18/10/46, Mario Assennato (PCI) from 18/10/46

Foreign Trade[edit]

Minister Pietro Campilli (DC)
Secretary Giuseppe Chiostergi (PRI)

Agriculture and Forests[edit]

Minister Antonio Segni (DC)

Secretary Velio Spano (PCI)

Public Works[edit]

Minister Giuseppe Romita (PSIUP)
Secretary Pier Carlo Restagno (DC)

Labour and Social Security[edit]

Minister Ludovico D'Aragona (PSIUP)
Secretary Gennaro Cassiani (DC)

Transport[edit]

Minister Giacomo Ferrari (PCI)
Secretary Angelo Raffaele Jervolino (DC)

Shipping[edit]

Minister Salvatore Aldisio (DC)
Secretary Giuseppe Montalbano (PCI)

Telecommunications[edit]

Minister Mario Scelba (DC)
Secretary Luigi De Filpo (PCI)

Public Instruction[edit]

Minister Guido Gonella (DC)
Secretary Giuseppe Salvatore Bellusci (PRI)