Rinaldo Del Bo

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Rinaldo Del Bo
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President of the ECSC High Authority
In office
22 October 1963 – 8 March 1967
Preceded byPiero Malvestiti
Succeeded byAlbert Coppé
Minister of Foreign Trade
In office
16 February 1959 – 26 March 1960
Prime MinisterAntonio Segni
Preceded byEmilio Colombo
Succeeded byMario Martinelli
Minister for Parliamentary Relations
In office
19 May 1957 – 14 February 1959
Prime MinisterAdone Zoli
Amintore Fanfani
Preceded byRaffaele De Caro
Succeeded byGiuseppe Bettiol
Member of the Chamber of Deputies
In office
8 May 1948 – 21 October 1963
ConstituencyMilan
Personal details
Born(1916-11-19)19 November 1916
Milan, Lombardy, Italy
Died16 January 1991(1991-01-16) (aged 74)
Milan, Lombardy, Italy
NationalityItalian
Political partyDC
Alma materCatholic University of the Sacred Heart
University of Pavia
ProfessionPolitician

Rinaldo "Dino" Del Bo (19 November 1916 – 16 January 1991) was an Italian politician who served in the High Authority of the European Coal and Steel Community, serving as President of the body between 9 October 1963 and 1967 as the Del Bo Authority.

Biography[edit]

He was a prominent exponent of the fascist university organizations of Milan, he collaborated in a branch position in magazines such as Gerarchia and Fascist Doctrine. At first close to the fascist current of mysticism, after 8 September 1943 (date of the Armistice of Cassibile), together with Teresio Olivelli, Carlo Bianchi, David Maria Turoldo, Mario Apollonio and Giovanni Barbareschi, took part in the meetings that led to the foundation of the newspaper Il Ribelle. The newspaper of the Brigate Fiamme Verdi was published in 26 issues. One of the printers, Franco Rovida, and Teresio Olivelli himself ended their existence in a concentration camp.

After World War II he was MP for four terms among the Christian Democracy ranks and held various governmental offices, including that of Minister of Foreign Trade in the second Segni government. He organized President Gronchi's trip to the USSR. He was then the fifth president of the ECSC High Authority in the four-year period 1963-1967.

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