Moro V Cabinet

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Moro V Cabinet
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32nd cabinet of Italy
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Date formed12 February 1976 (1976-02-12)
Date dissolved30 July 1976 (1976-07-30)
People and organisations
Head of stateGiovanni Leone
Head of governmentAldo Moro
Member partiesDC
Status in legislatureOne-party government
History
Outgoing election1976 election
Legislature term(s)VI Legislature (1972–1976)
PredecessorMoro IV Cabinet
SuccessorAndreotti III Cabinet

The Moro V Cabinet, led by Aldo Moro, was the 32nd cabinet of the Italian Republic.

The government obtained confidence on 21 February 1976 in the Chamber of Deputies, with 287 votes in favor, 220 against and 60 abstentions, and on 25 February in the Senate, with 141 votes in favor and 113 against.[1]

Composition of the government[edit]

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
Prime Minister Aldo Moro12 February 197630 July 1976Christian Democracy
Minister of Foreign Affairs Mariano Rumor (ad interim)12 February 197630 July 1976Christian Democracy
Minister of the Interior Aldo Moro (ad interim)12 February 197612 February 1976Christian Democracy
 Francesco Cossiga12 February 197630 July 1976Christian Democracy
Minister of Grace and Justice Francesco Paolo Bonifacio12 February 197630 July 1976Christian Democracy
Minister of Budget and Economic Planning Giulio Andreotti12 February 197630 July 1976Christian Democracy
Minister of Finance Gaetano Stammati12 February 197630 July 1976Christian Democracy
Minister of Treasury Emilio Colombo12 February 197630 July 1976Christian Democracy
Minister of Defence Arnaldo Forlani12 February 197630 July 1976Christian Democracy
Minister of Public Education Franco Maria Malfatti12 February 197630 July 1976Christian Democracy
Minister of Public Works Antonino Pietro Gullotti12 February 197630 July 1976Christian Democracy
Minister of Agriculture and Forests Giovanni Marcora12 February 197630 July 1976Christian Democracy
Minister of Transport Mario Martinelli12 February 197630 July 1976Christian Democracy
Minister of Post and Telecommunications Giulio Orlando12 February 197630 July 1976Christian Democracy
Minister of Industry, Commerce and Craftsmanship Carlo Donat-Cattin12 February 197630 July 1976Christian Democracy
Minister of Health Luciano Dal Falco12 February 197630 July 1976Christian Democracy
Minister of Foreign Trade Ciriaco De Mita12 February 197630 July 1976Christian Democracy
Minister of Merchant Navy Giovanni Gioia12 February 197630 July 1976Christian Democracy
Minister of State Holdings Antonio Bisaglia12 February 197630 July 1976Christian Democracy
Minister of Labour and Social Security Mario Toros12 February 197630 July 1976Christian Democracy
Minister of Cultural and Environmental Heritage Mario Pedini12 February 197630 July 1976Christian Democracy
Minister of Tourism and Entertainment Adolfo Sarti12 February 197630 July 1976Christian Democracy
Minister for the Organization of Public Administration and Regions (without portfolio) Tommaso Morlino12 February 197630 July 1976Christian Democracy
Secretary of the Council of Ministers Angelo Salizzoni12 February 197630 July 1976Christian Democracy

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