Fanfani III Cabinet

Christian Democracy (Italy) Amintore Fanfani Fanfani IV Cabinet
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Fanfani III Cabinet
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16th Cabinet of Italy
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Date formed27 July 1960
Date dissolved22 February 1962
People and organisations
Head of stateGiovanni Gronchi
Head of governmentAmintore Fanfani
Total no. of members22
Member partyDC
External support:
PSDI, PLI, PRI
Abstention:
PSI, PDIUM
Status in legislatureOne-party government
Opposition partiesPCI, MSI
History
Legislature term(s)Legislature III (1958–1963)
PredecessorTambroni Cabinet
SuccessorFanfani IV Cabinet

The Fanfani III Cabinet was the 16th cabinet of the Italian Republic, which held office from 27 July 1960 to 22 February 1962, for a total of 575 days, or 1 year, 6 months and 26 days.[1]

The government obtained the confidence in the Senate on 3 August 1960, with 126 votes in favor, 58 against and 36 abstensions, and in the Chamber of Deputies on 5 August 1960, with 310 votes in favor, 156 against and 96 abstensions.[2]

It was also known as Government of parallel convergences (Governo delle convergenze parallele).

Composition

Office Name Party Term
Prime Minister Amintore Fanfani DC 27 July 1960–22 February 1962
Deputy Prime Minister Attilio Piccioni DC 27 July 1960–22 February 1962
Minister of Foreign Affairs Antonio Segni DC 27 July 1960–22 February 1962
Minister of the Interior Mario Scelba DC 27 July 1960–22 February 1962
Minister of Grace and Justice Guido Gonella DC 27 July 1960–22 February 1962
Minister of Budget Giuseppe Pella DC 27 July 1960–22 February 1962
Minister of Finance Giuseppe Trabucchi DC 27 July 1960–22 February 1962
Minister of Treasury Paolo Emilio Taviani DC 27 July 1960–22 February 1962
Minister of Defence Giulio Andreotti DC 27 July 1960–22 February 1962
Minister of Public Education Giacinto Bosco DC 27 July 1960–22 February 1962
Minister of Public Works Benigno Zaccagnini DC 27 July 1960–22 February 1962
Minister of Agriculture and Forests Mariano Rumor DC 27 July 1960–22 February 1962
Minister of Transport Giuseppe Spataro DC 27 July 1960–22 February 1962
Minister of Post and Telecommunications Lorenzo Spallino DC 27 July 1960–22 February 1962
Minister of Industry and Commerce Emilio Colombo DC 27 July 1960–22 February 1962
Minister of Health Camillo Giardina DC 27 July 1960–22 February 1962
Minister of Foreign Trade Mario Martinelli DC 27 July 1960–22 February 1962
Minister of Merchant Navy Angelo Raffaele Jervolino DC 27 July 1960–22 February 1962
Minister of State Holdings Giorgio Bo DC 27 July 1960–22 February 1962
Minister of Labour and Social Security Fiorentino Sullo DC 27 July 1960–22 February 1962
Minister of Tourism and Entertainment Alberto Folchi DC 27 July 1960–22 February 1962
Minister for the South and the Depressed Areas (without portfolio) Giulio Pastore DC 27 July 1960–22 February 1962
Minister for Parliamentary Relations (without portfolio) Giuseppe Codacci Pisanelli DC 27 July 1960–22 February 1962
Minister for Public Administration Reform (without portfolio) Tiziano Tessitori DC 27 July 1960–22 February 1962
Secretary of the Council of Ministers Umberto Delle Fave DC 27 July 1960–22 February 1962

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