Fanfani I Cabinet

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Fanfani I Cabinet
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9th cabinet of Italy
Amintore Fanfani daticamera.jpg
Date formed 19 January 1954
Date dissolved 10 February 1954
People and organisations
Head of state Luigi Einaudi
Head of government Amintore Fanfani
Total no. of ministers 18
Member party Christian Democracy
History
Predecessor Pella Cabinet
Successor Scelba Cabinet

The Fanfani I Cabinet was the cabinet of the Italian government which held office from 19 January 1954 until 10 February 1954, for a total of 23 days.[1]

After failing to win a confidence vote in parliament, the cabinet was dissolved and succeeded by the Scelba Cabinet. This was the shortest-lived cabinet in the history of the Italian Republic.

Parties involved in the cabinet[edit]

The government was composed by the following parties:

Party Ideology Leader
Christian Democracy (DC) Christian democracy Amintore Fanfani

Investiture votes[edit]

Investiture votes for Fanfani I Cabinet
House of Parliament Vote Parties Votes
Senate of the Republic ☑Y Yes DC (116)
116 / 237
☒N No PCI (51), PSI (26), PNM (16), MSI (9), PSDI (9), UP (4), PLI (3), SVP (2), Others (1)
121 / 237
Chamber of Deputies ☑Y Yes DC (263)
263 / 590
☒N No PCI (143), PSI (75), PNM (40), MSI (29), PSDI (19), PLI (13), PRI (5), SVP (3)
327 / 590

Composition[edit]

Office Name Party Term
Prime Minister Amintore Fanfani Christian Democracy (1954–1954)
Minister of the Interior Giulio Andreotti Christian Democracy (1954–1954)
Minister of Foreign Affairs Attilio Piccioni Christian Democracy (1954–1954)
Minister of Grace and Justice Michele De Pietro Christian Democracy (1954–1954)
Minister of Finance Adone Zoli Christian Democracy (1954–1954)
Minister of Treasury Silvio Gava Christian Democracy (1954–1954)
Minister of Budget Ezio Vanoni Christian Democracy (1954–1954)
Minister of Defence Paolo Emilio Taviani Christian Democracy (1954–1954)
Minister of Industry and Commerce Salvatore Aldisio Christian Democracy (1954–1954)
Minister of Foreign Trade Giordano Dell'Amore Christian Democracy (1954–1954)
Minister of Agriculture and Forests Giuseppe Medici Christian Democracy (1954–1954)
Minister of Public Works Umberto Merlin Christian Democracy (1954–1954)
Minister of Labour and Social Security Luigi Gui Christian Democracy (1954–1954)
Minister of Public Education Egidio Tosato Christian Democracy (1954–1954)
Minister of Transports Bernardo Mattarella Christian Democracy (1954–1954)
Minister of Merchant Navy Fernando Tambroni Christian Democracy (1954–1954)
Minister of Telecommunications Gennaro Cassiani Christian Democracy (1954–1954)
Minister of the Fund for the South Pietro Campili Christian Democracy (1954–1954)
Minister for the Administrative Reform Umberto Tupini Christian Democracy (1954–1954)
Secretary of the Council of Ministers Mariano Rumor Christian Democracy (1954–1954)

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