|4th Rector of Milan|
|Preceded by||Antonio Durini|
|Succeeded by||Antonio Pestalozza|
|2nd Prime Minister of Piedmont|
|Preceded by||Cesare Balbo|
|Succeeded by||Cesare Alfieri di Sostegno|
|6th Piedmontese Minister of Education|
|Prime Minister||Alfonso La Marmora|
|6th Speaker of Italian Royal Senate|
|Preceded by||Giuseppe Manno|
|Succeeded by||Vincenzo Fardella Torrearsa|
2 August 1798|
|Died||13 November 1873
|Political party||Historical Right|
During the Five Days of Milan he had a primary role and lead the Temporary Government.
As Minister of Education, he passed the Casati law, which lay ground for the unitarian Italy mass education system.
He was twice president of the Senate of Italy (8 November 1865 – 13 February 1867 and 21 March 1867 – 2 November 1870).
Casati died at Milan, and was interred in Mausoleo Casati Stampa in Muggiò urban cemetery.
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