De Gasperi VI Cabinet

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The De Gasperi VI Cabinet held office from 27 June 1950 until 26 July 1951, a total of 558 days, or 1 year, 5 months and 29 days.[1]

The government was composed by the following parties:

Party
Christian Democracy (DC)
Italian Democratic Socialist Party (PSDI)
Italian Republican Party (PRI)
Italian Liberal Party (PLI)

Composition[edit]

Office Name Party Term
Prime Minister Alcide De Gasperi Christian Democracy (1950–1951)
Minister of the Interior Mario Scelba Christian Democracy (1950–1951)
Minister of Foreign Affairs Carlo Sforza Italian Republican Party (1950–1951)
Minister of Grace and Justice Attilio Piccioni Christian Democracy (1950–1951)
Minister of Finance Ezio Vanoni Christian Democracy (1950–1951)
Minister of Treasury Giuseppe Pella Christian Democracy (1950–1951)
Minister of Budget Giuseppe Pella Christian Democracy (1950–1951)
Minister of Defence Randolfo Pacciardi Italian Republican Party (1950–1951)
Minister of Italian Africa Alcide De Gasperi Christian Democracy (1950–1951)
Minister of Industry and Commerce Giuseppe Togni Christian Democracy (1950–1951)
Minister of Foreign Trade Ivan Matteo Lombardo Italian Democratic Socialist Party (1950–1951)
Ugo La Malfa Italian Republican Party (1951–1951)
Minister of Agriculture and Forests Antonio Segni Christian Democracy (1950–1951)
Minister of Public Works Salvatore Aldisio Christian Democracy (1950–1951)
Minister of Labour and Social Security Achille Marazza Christian Democracy (1950–1951)
Minister of Public Education Guido Gonella Christian Democracy (1950–1951)
Minister of Transports Ludovico D'Aragona Italian Democratic Socialist Party (1950–1951)
Pietro Campilli Christian Democracy (1951–1951)
Minister of Merchant Navy Alberto Simonini Italian Democratic Socialist Party (1950–1951)
Raffaele Petrilli Christian Democracy (1951–1951)
Minister of Telecommunications Giuseppe Spataro Christian Democracy (1950–1951)
Secretary of the Council of Ministers Giulio Andreotti Christian Democracy (1950–1951)

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