Shadow Cabinet of Italy (2008)

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A Shadow Cabinet of Italy had been announced on 15 April 2008, by Walter Veltroni, Secretary of the Democratic Party, after the 2008 Italian general election[1] and officially presented on 9 May.[2]

The new party Secretary Dario Franceschini announced on February 21, 2009 that he will dissolve the Shadow Cabinet.[3]

Portfolio Shadow Minister
Shadow President of the Council Walter Veltroni
Shadow Vice President of the Council Enrico Morando
Shadow Spokesman of the Council Riccardo Franco Levi
Shadow Minister of Foreign Affairs Piero Fassino
Shadow Minister of the Interior Marco Minniti
Shadow Minister of Justice Lanfranco Tenaglia
Shadow Minister of Economy Pierluigi Bersani
Shadow Ministry of Education, Universities and Research Maria Pia Garavaglia
Shadow Minister of Industry Matteo Colaninno
Shadow Minister of Welfare Enrico Letta
Shadow Minister of Defense Roberta Pinotti
Shadow Minister of Agriculture Alfonso Andria
Shadow Minister of Environment Ermete Realacci
Shadow Minister of Infrastructures and Transports Andrea Martella
Shadow Minister for Cultural Assets and Activities Vincenzo Cerami
Shadow Minister without portfolio (Communications) Giovanna Melandri
Shadow Minister without portfolio (Reforms) Sergio Chiamparino
Shadow Minister without portfolio (Regional Affairs) Mariangela Bastico
Shadow Minister without portfolio (Public Administration and Innovation) Linda Lanzillotta
Shadow Minister without portfolio (Equal Opportunities) Vittoria Franco
Shadow Minister without portfolio (Normative Simplification) Beatrice Magnolfi
Shadow Minister without portfolio (European Affairs) Maria Paola Merloni
Shadow Minister without portfolio (Platform Accomplishment) Michele Ventura
Shadow Minister without portfolio (Youth) Pina Picierno

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