Crispi I Cabinet

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Crispi I Cabinet
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27th cabinet of Italy
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Date formed29 July 1887
Date dissolved9 March 1889
People and organisations
Head of stateUmberto I
Head of governmentFrancesco Crispi
Total no. of ministers10
Member partyHistorical Left
History
PredecessorDepretis VIII Cabinet
SuccessorCrispi II Cabinet

The Crispi I Cabinet held office from 29 July 1887 until 9 March 1889, a total of 589 days, or 1 year, 7 months and 8 days.[1]

Government parties[edit]

The government was composed by the following parties:

Party Ideology Leader
Historical Left Liberalism Francesco Crispi

Composition[edit]

Office Name Party Term
Prime Minister Francesco Crispi Historical Left (1887–1889)
Minister of the Interior Francesco Crispi Historical Left (1887–1889)
Minister of Foreign Affairs Francesco Crispi Historical Left (1887–1889)
Minister of Grace and Justice Giuseppe Zanardelli Historical Left (1887–1889)
Minister of Finance Bernardino Grimaldi Historical Left (1887–1888)
Luigi Miceli Historical Left (1888–1889)
Minister of Treasury Agostino Magliani Historical Left (1887–1888)
Costantino Perazzi Historical Left (1888–1889)
Minister of War Ettore Bertolè Viale Military (1887–1889)
Minister of the Navy Benedetto Brin Military (1887–1889)
Minister of Agriculture, Industry and Commerce Luigi Miceli Historical Left (1887–1889)
Minister of Public Works Giuseppe Saracco Historical Left (1887–1889)
Minister of Public Education Michele Coppino Historical Left (1887–1888)
Paolo Boselli Historical Right (1888–1889)

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