List of mayors of Turin

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Mayor of Turin
Turin coat of arms.svg
Chiara Appendino, current incumbent
Incumbent
Chiara Appendino

since 20 June 2016
Residence Palazzo Civico
Appointer Popular election
Term length 5 years, renewable once
Inaugural holder Francesco Luigi Demargherita
Formation 30 November 1848
Succession May 2016
Deputy Tom Dealessandri
Salary €62,592
Website [3]
Turin's City Hall.

The Mayor of Turin is an elected politician who, along with the Turin’s City Council of 50 members, is accountable for the strategic government of Turin, northern Italy. Since June 2016, Chiara Appendino holds the position. Previously, the position was held by Piero Fassino since 2011.

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In 1814 the Kingdom of Sardinia created the office of the Mayor of Turin (Sindaco di Torino), chosen by the Turin's city council until 1848, when the mayors were chose directly by citizens. After the creation of the Kingdom of Italy, the Mayor of Turin was elected as continuation of the previous office created during the Kingdom of Piedmont-Sardinia. The Fascist dictatorship abolished mayors and City councils in 1926, replacing them with an authoritarian Podestà chosen by the National Fascist Party.

From 1945 to 1993, the Mayor of Turin was chosen by the City council. Since 1993, under provisions of new local administration law, the Mayor of Turin is chosen by popular election, originally every four, and since 2001 every five year.

  Mayor Term start Term end Party
1 Paolo Mazzetti di Saluggia 1 January 1814 31 December 1815 Legitimist
2 Bernardo Ripa di Meana 1 January 1816 31 December 1816 Legitimist
3 Michele Provana del Sabbione 1 January 1817 31 December 1817 None
4 Agostino Lascaris di Ventimiglia 1 January 1818 31 December 1818 None
(3) Michele Provana del Sabbione 1 January 1819 31 December 1819 None
5 Enrico Seyssel d'Aix 1 January 1820 31 December 1820 None
6 Luigi Coardi Bagnasco 1 January 1821 31 December 1821 None
7 Giuseppe Provana di Collegno 1 January 1822 31 December 1822 None
8 Domenico Rovero di Piobesi 1 January 1823 31 December 1823 None
9 Carlo Perrone di San Martino 1 January 1824 31 December 1824 None
10 Cesare Romagnano di Virle 1 January 1825 31 December 1825 None
11 Tancredi Farletti di Barolo 1 January 1826 31 December 1827 None
12 Giacomo Asinari di Bernezzo 1 January 1828 31 December 1828 None
13 Luigi Nomis di Cossilla 1 January 1829 31 December 1829 None
14 Giuseppe Provana di Collegno 1 January 1830 31 December 1831 None
(5) Enrico Seyssel d'Aix 1 January 1832 31 December 1832 None
15 Michele Benso di Cavour 1 January 1833 31 December 1834 None
16 Carlo Pallio di Rinco 1 January 1835 31 December 1835 None
17 Luigi Mola di Larissé 1 January 1836 31 December 1836 None
18 Carlo Nicolis di Robilant 1 January 1837 31 December 1837 None
19 Carlo Cacherano d'Osasco 1 January 1838 31 December 1838 None
20 Carlo Galli della Loggia 1 January 1839 31 December 1839 None
21 Giuseppe Pochettini di Serravalle 1 January 1840 31 December 1840 None
22 Paolo Gazzelli di Rossana 1 January 1841 31 December 1841 None
23 Antonio Nomis di Pollone 1 January 1842 31 December 1843 None
(10) Cesare Romagnano di Virle 1 January 1844 31 December 1844 None
(21) Giuseppe Pochettini di Serravalle 1 January 1845 31 December 1845 None
24 Vittorio Colli di Felizzano 1 January 1846 31 December 1848 None
25 Francesco Luigi de Margherita 1 January 1849 7 April 1849 Moderate
26 Carlo Pinchia 7 April 1849 1 February 1850 Moderate
27 Giorgio Bellono 1 February 1850 1 January 1853 Moderate
28 Giovanni Notta 1 January 1853 3 February 1860 Moderate
29 Augusto Nomis di Cossilla 3 February 1860 26 December 1861 Moderate
30 Emanuele Luserna di Rorà 26 December 1861 1 January 1866 Historical Right
31 Giovanni Filippo Galvagno 1 January 1866 1 April 1869 None
32 Cesare Valperga di Masino 1 April 1869 20 November 1870 Historical Right
33 Felice Rignon 20 November 1870 19 January 1878 Historical Right
34 Luigi Ferraris 19 January 1878 28 March 1883 Historical Right
35 Ernesto Balbo Bertone di Sambuy 28 March 1883 1 January 1887 Historical Right
36 Melchiorre Voli 1 January 1887 26 June 1895 Historical Left
(33) Felice Rignon 26 June 1895 13 April 1898 Historical Right
37 Severino Casana 13 April 1898 26 September 1902 Historical Left
38 Alfonso Badini Confalonieri 26 September 1902 6 July 1903 Historical Left
39 Secondo Frola 6 July 1903 28 July 1909 Historical Right
40 Teofilo Rossi 28 July 1909 15 June 1917 Liberal Union
41 Leopoldo Usseglio 15 June 1917 17 October 1917 Liberal Union
42 Secondo Frola 17 October 1917 19 November 1920 Liberal Union
43 Riccardo Cattaneo 19 November 1920 26 June 1925 Italian Liberal Party
44 Donato Etna 26 June 1925 4 December 1926 None
Office interrupted (1926-1945)
45 Giovanni Roveda 25 April 1945 17 December 1946 Italian Communist Party
46 Celeste Negarville 17 December 1946 13 May 1948 Italian Communist Party
47 Domenico Coggiola 13 May 1948 16 July 1951 Italian Communist Party
48 Amedeo Peyron 16 July 1951 26 February 1962 Christian Democracy
49 Giovanni Carlo Anselmetti 26 February 1962 21 October 1964 Christian Democracy
50 Luciano Jona 21 October 1964 20 February 1965 Italian Liberal Party
51 Giuseppe Grosso 20 February 1965 9 September 1968 Christian Democracy
52 Andrea Guglielminetti 9 September 1968 22 July 1970 Christian Democracy
53 Giovanni Porcellana 22 July 1970 12 April 1973 Christian Democracy
54 Guido Secreto 12 April 1973 5 December 1973 Italian Socialist Party
55 Giovanni Picco 5 December 1973 14 July 1975 Christian Democracy
56 Diego Novelli 14 July 1975 25 January 1985 Italian Communist Party
57 Giorgio Cardetti 25 January 1985 20 July 1987 Italian Socialist Party
58 Maria Magnani Noya 20 July 1987 30 July 1990 Italian Socialist Party
59 Valerio Zanone 30 July 1990 11 February 1992 Italian Liberal Party
60 Giovanna Cattaneo Incisa 11 February 1992 14 December 1992 Italian Republican Party
61 Riccardo Malpica 14 December 1992 24 June 1993 None
62 Valentino Castellani 24 June 1993 1 June 2001 None (The Olive Tree)
63 Sergio Chiamparino 1 June 2001 16 May 2011 Democrats of the Left/
Democratic Party
64 Piero Fassino 16 May 2011 20 June 2016 Democratic Party
65 Chiara Appendino 20 June 2016 Incumbent Five Star Movement

Fascist Podestà[edit]

  Mayor Term start Term end Party
1 Luigi Balbo Bertone di Sambuy 4 December 1926 12 September 1928 National Fascist Party
2 Umberto Ricci 12 September 1928 11 February 1929 National Fascist Party
3 Paolo Ignazio Maria Thaon di Revel 11 February 1929 4 February 1935 National Fascist Party
4 Ugo Sartirana 4 February 1935 25 June 1938 National Fascist Party
5 Cesare Giovara 25 June 1938 24 August 1939 National Fascist Party
6 Matteo Bonino 24 August 1939 22 September 1943 National Fascist Party
7 Michele Fassio 22 September 1943 25 April 1945 Republican Fascist Party

Elections[edit]

Mayoral and Council election, 1997[edit]

The election took place in two rounds: the first on 27 April and the second on 11 May

The main candidates were Raffaele Costa, supported by Silvio Berlusconi's coalition Pole of Freedoms and by some Christian-democratic parties, and the outgoing mayor Valentino Castellani, supported by Romano Prodi's coalition The Olive Tree.

Turin Mayoral Election Results 1997
Name Party 1st Round
(6 June)

 % 2nd Round
(20 June)

 %
Valentino Castellani Democrats of the Left 196.306 35,4 272.711 50,4
Raffaele Costa Forza Italia 240.250 43,2 268.002 49,6

Mayoral and Council election, 2001[edit]

The election took place in two rounds: the first on 13 May and the second on 27 May 2001.

The main candidates were Roberto Rosso, supported by Silvio Berlusconi's center-right coalition, and Sergio Chiamparino, supported by Francesco Rutelli's center-left coalition The Olive Tree.

Turin Mayoral Election Results 2001
Name Party 1st Round
(13 May)

 % 2nd Round
(27 May)

 %
Sergio Chiamparino Democrats of the Left 269.152 44,9 285.997 52,8
Roberto Rosso Forza Italia 266.218 44,4 255.444 47,2

Mayoral and Council election, 2006[edit]

The election took place on 29–30 May 2006.

The main candidates were the incumbent mayor Sergio Chiamparino, supported by Romano Prodi's coalition The Olive Tree, and the minister Rocco Buttiglione, from the centrist party UDC and supported by Silvio Berlusconi's coalition House of Freedom.

Chiamparino won the election with the 66% of the votes.

Turin Mayoral Election Results 2006
Name Party 1st Round
(29–30 May)

 %
Sergio Chiamparino Democrats of the Left 307.913 66,6
Rocco Buttiglione Union of the Centre 136.134 29,5

Mayoral and Council election, 2011[edit]

The election took place on 15–16 May

The main candidates were the Michele Coppola, from Silvio Berlusconi's party People of Freedom, and the Piero Fassino, from Democratic Party. Fassino was chosen as the candidate for the center-left coalition on 26 February 2011 with the coalition primary elections.[1]

Michele Coppola was supported by a big center-right coalition, composed by People of Freedom, Lega Nord, The Right – Tricolour Flame and some civic lists. Piero Fassino was supported by Democratic Party, Left Ecology Freedom, Italy of Values and some civic lists.

Turin Mayoral Election Results 2011
Name Party 1st Round
(15–16 May)

 %
Piero Fassino Democratic Party 255.242 56,66
Michele Coppola People of Freedom 122.981 27,30
Turin Council Election 2011 – Parties [2]
Coalition votes  % seats Party votes  % seats
Center-left (Fassino) 226,147 56.5 24 Democratic Party
Left Ecology Freedom
Italy of Values
Civic Lists (5)
138,103
22,647
19,055
46,342
34.5
5.6
4.8
11.6
16
2
2
4
Center-right (Coppola) 107,439 26.8 10 People of Freedom
Lega Nord
The Right
Pensioner's Party
Alliance of the Centre
Civic Lists (3)
73,197
27,451
2,396
1,868
740
1,787
18.3
6.8
0.6
0.5
0.2
0.4
7
3



See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1]
  2. ^ [2] Italian Ministry of the Interior – 2011.

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