Fanfani I Cabinet

Christian Democracy (Italy) Amintore Fanfani Italian Republic

Fanfani I Cabinet
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9th Cabinet of Italy
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Date formed18 January 1954
Date dissolved10 February 1954
People and organisations
Head of stateLuigi Einaudi
Head of governmentAmintore Fanfani
Total no. of members18
Member partyChristian Democracy
Status in legislatureOne-party government
History
Legislature term(s)Legislature II (1953–1958)
PredecessorPella Cabinet
SuccessorScelba Cabinet

The Fanfani I Cabinet was the 9th cabinet of the Italian Republic, which held office from 18 January 1954 to 10 February 1954, for a total of 23 days.[1]

The Government fell on 30 January, after the Chamber rejected the trust with 260 votes in favor, 303 votes against and 12 abstentions out of 563 present. This was the shortest-lived cabinet in the history of the Italian Republic.

Government parties

The government was composed only of the following party:

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

Composition

Office Name Party Term
Prime Minister Amintore Fanfani DC 19 January 1954–10 February 1954
Minister of Foreign Affairs Attilio Piccioni DC 19 January 1954–10 February 1954
Minister of the Interior Giulio Andreotti DC 19 January 1954–10 February 1954
Minister of Grace and Justice Michele De Pietro DC 19 January 1954–10 February 1954
Minister of Budget Ezio Vanoni DC 19 January 1954–10 February 1954
Minister of Finance Adone Zoli DC 19 January 1954–10 February 1954
Minister of Treasury Silvio Gava DC 19 January 1954–10 February 1954
Minister of Defence Paolo Emilio Taviani DC 19 January 1954–10 February 1954
Minister of Public Education Egidio Tosato DC 19 January 1954–10 February 1954
Minister of Public Works Umberto Merlin DC 19 January 1954–10 February 1954
Minister of Agriculture and Forests Giuseppe Medici DC 19 January 1954–10 February 1954
Minister of Transport Bernardo Mattarella DC 19 January 1954–10 February 1954
Minister of Post and Telecommunications Gennaro Cassiani DC 19 January 1954–10 February 1954
Minister of Industry and Commerce Salvatore Aldisio DC 19 January 1954–10 February 1954
Minister of Foreign Trade Giordano Dell'Amore DC 19 January 1954–10 February 1954
Minister of Merchant Navy Fernando Tambroni DC 19 January 1954–10 February 1954
Minister of Labour and Social Security Luigi Gui DC 19 January 1954–10 February 1954
Minister for the Fund for the South (without portfolio) Pietro Campilli DC 19 January 1954–10 February 1954
Minister for Public Administration Reform (without portfolio) Umberto Tupini DC 19 January 1954–10 February 1954
Secretary of the Council of Ministers Mariano Rumor DC 19 January 1954–10 February 1954

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