Mayor of Rome

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Mayor of Rome
Sindaco di Roma Capitale
Coat of arms of Rome.svg
Ignazio Marino - Festivaletteratura 2012 02.JPG
Incumbent
Ignazio Marino

since 12 June 2013
Style No title or style
Residence Campidoglio
Appointer Electorate of Rome
Term length 5 years, renewable once
Inaugural holder Giuseppe Lunati
Formation 23 September 1870
Deputy Luigi Nieri
Salary €4,500
Website Official website

The Mayor of Rome (Italian: Sindaco di Roma Capitale) is an elected politician who, along with the Rome’s City Council (Italian: Assemblea Capitolina) of 48 members, is accountable for the strategic government of Rome. As Rome is a comune speciale since 2009, the office is different from the offices of the other Italian cities. The title is the equivalent of Lord Mayor in the meaning of an actual executive leader.

Since 12 June 2013, Ignazio Marino holds the position. Previously, the position was held by Gianni Alemanno from April 2008 until his succession by Marino.

Overview[edit]

Current seat of the Mayor, Palazzo Senatorio on Capitoline Hill.

According to the Italian Constitution, the Mayor of Rome is member of the Rome's City Council (Italian: Assemblea Capitolina). Although the title Mayor is not held by the heads of the fifteen municipi of Rome, because they do not actually preside over self-governmental municipalities.

The Mayor is elected by the population of Rome. Citizens elect also the members of the City Council, which also controls Mayor's policy guidelines and is able to enforce his resignation by a motion of no confidence. The Mayor is entitled to appoint and release the members of his government, which are twelve (Italian: Assessori delle Giunta Capitolina) according to the Italian Constitution.

The seat of the City Council is the city hall Palazzo Senatorio on the Capitoline Hill.

History[edit]

As capital of the Papal States, Rome did not receive its Mayor until 1870, when it became the capital of Kingdom of Italy. The new Mayor served as member of the city council and he was appointed every three years by the King of Italy. Then since 1889 the Mayor was elected every four years by the City Council. Although, fascist dictatorship abolished mayors and City councils in 1926, replacing them with a single authoritarian Rector (Podestà) chosen by the National Fascist Party. The rector of Rome was called "Governatore" (Governor).

After the Second World War, the Mayor was chosen by the City Council and only in 1993 the Mayor was firstly elected by the population (originally every four, then every five years).

List of Mayors of Rome[edit]

Papal States (1558-1870)[edit]

From 1558 to 1870, the Papal States created the office of Governatore (Governor), also called Vice Camerlengo, chosen by the Pope.

Kingdom of Italy (1870-1946)[edit]

From 1870, when Rome was annexed, the Kingdom of Italy created the office of the Mayor of Rome (Sindaco di Roma), chosen by the City council. In 1926, the Fascist dictatorship abolished mayors and City councils, replacing them with a single authoritarian Governatore (Governor) chosen by the National Fascist Party.

  Mayor Term start Term end Party
1 Michelangelo Caetani 13 September 1870 16 April 1871 Independent
2 Francesco Rospigliosi Pallavicini 16 April 1871 29 July 1873 Independent
3 Luigi Pianciani 29 July 1873 15 January 1875 Historical Left
4 Pietro Venturi 15 January 1875 18 July 1878 Historical Left
5 Emanuele Ruspoli 18 July 1878 October 1881 Historical Right
(3) Luigi Pianciani October 1881 7 May 1887 Historical Left
6 Leopoldo Torlonia 7 May 1887 24 October 1887 Historical Right
7 Alessandro Guiccioli 24 October 1887 28 November 1889 Historical Left
8 Augusto Armellini 28 November 1889 29 December 1890 Historical Left
9 Onorato Caetani 29 December 1890 14 November 1892 Historical Left
10 Emanuele Ruspoli 14 November 1892 December 1889 Historical Right
11 Prospero Colonna di Paliano December 1889 10 July 1905 Historical Right
12 Enrico Cruciani Alibrandi 10 July 1905 25 November 1907 Independent
13 Ernesto Nathan 25 November 1907 6 July 1914 Radical Party
14 Prospero Colonna di Paliano 6 July 1914 8 June 1919 Italian Liberal Party
15 Adolfo Apolloni 8 June 1919 25 November 1920 Italian Liberal Party
16 Luigi Rava 25 November 1920 23 May 1921 Italian Liberal Party
17 Giannetto Valli 23 May 1921 26 June 1922 Italian Liberal Party
18 Filippo Cremonesi 26 June 1922 9 December 1926 Independent
Governor (1926-1944)
1 Ludovico Spada Veralli Potenziani 9 December 1926 13 September 1928 National Fascist Party
2 Francesco Boncompagni Ludovisi 13 September 1928 23 January 1935 National Fascist Party
3 Giuseppe Bottai 23 January 1935 15 November 1936 National Fascist Party
4 Piero Colonna 15 November 1936 30 August 1939 National Fascist Party
5 Giangiacomo Borghese 30 August 1939 6 January 1944 National Fascist Party
6 Giovanni Orgera 6 January 1944 10 June 1944 Republican Fascist Party
Allied occupation (1944-1946)
19 Filippo Andrea VI Doria Pamphili 10 June 1944 10 December 1946 Independent

Republic of Italy (1946-present)[edit]

From 1944 to 1993, the Mayor of Rome was chosen by the City council. Since 1993, under provisions of new local administration law, the Mayor of Rome is chosen by popular election, originally every four, and since 2001 every five years.


Mayor of Rome Took office Left office Party Coalition
1 Rebecchini 2.jpg Salvatore Rebecchini 10 December 1946 2 July 1956 Christian Democracy DC - PLI - UQ
10 December 1946 – 1952
DC - PLI - PRI - PSDI
1952 – 2 July 1956
2 Umberto Tupini2.jpg Umberto Tupini 2 July 1956 10 January 1958 Christian Democracy DC - PRI - PSDI
2 July 1956 – 10 January 1958
3 Urbano Cioccetti.jpg Urbano Cioccetti 10 January 1958 17 July 1962 Christian Democracy DC - PLI - PSDI
10 January 1958 – 17 July 1962
4 Glauco Della Porta.jpg Glauco Della Porta 17 July 1962 12 March 1964 Christian Democracy DC - PSI - PSDI - PRI
17 July 1962 – 12 March 1964
5 Americo Petrucci.jpg Amerigo Petrucci 12 March 1964 29 December 1967 Christian Democracy DC - PSI - PSDI - PRI
12 March 1964 – 29 December 1967
6 Coat of arms of Rome.svg Rinaldo Santini 29 December 1967 30 July 1969 Christian Democracy DC - PSI - PSDI - PRI
29 December 1967 – 30 July 1969
7 Clelio Darida.jpg Clelio Darida 30 July 1969 9 August 1976 Christian Democracy DC - PSI - PSDI
30 July 1969 – 15 February 1972
DC
15 February 1972 – 9 August 1976
8 Argan politico.jpg Giulio Carlo Argan 9 August 1976 25 September 1979 Independent Left PCI - PSI
9 August 1976 – 25 September 1979
9 Coat of arms of Rome.svg Luigi Petroselli 25 September 1979 15 October 1981 Italian Communist Party PCI - PSI
25 September 1979 – 15 October 1981
10 Ugovetere.jpg Ugo Vetere 15 October 1981 30 July 1985 Italian Communist Party PCI - PSI
15 October 1981 – 30 July 1985
11 SignorelloNicola.jpg Nicola Signorello 30 July 1985 6 August 1988 Christian Democracy Pentapartito
30 July 1985 – 6 August 1988
12 Coat of arms of Rome.svg Pietro Giubilo 6 August 1988 18 December 1989 Christian Democracy Pentapartito
6 August 1988 – 18 December 1989
13 Franco Carraro.jpg Franco Carraro 18 December 1989 5 December 1993 Italian Socialist Party Pentapartito
18 December 1989 – 5 December 1993
Elected mayors (1993-present)
14 Francesco Rutelli-cropped.JPG Francesco Rutelli 5 December 1993 8 January 2001[1] Greens PDS - PPI - Greens
5 December 1993 – 16 November 1997
DS - PPI - Greens
16 November 1997 – 1 June 2001
15 Walter Veltroni cropped.jpg Walter Veltroni 1 June 2001 13 February 2008[2] Democrats of the Left then
Democratic Party
The Olive Tree
1 June 2001 – 1 June 2006
The Olive Tree
1 June 2006 – 28 April 2008
16 Alemanno Colosseo.jpg Gianni Alemanno 28 April 2008 12 June 2013 The People of Freedom PdL
28 April 2008 – 12 June 2013
17 Ignazio Marino - Festivaletteratura 2012 01.JPG Ignazio Marino 12 June 2013 incumbent Democratic Party PDSEL
since 12 June 2013

Timeline[edit]

Ignazio Marino Gianni Alemanno Walter Veltroni Francesco Rutelli Franco Carraro Nicola Signorello Giulio Carlo Argan Clelio Darida

Election[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ He left the office because he was candidate at the general election as Prime Minister.
  2. ^ He left the office because he was candidate at the general election as Prime Minister.