List of presidents of Abruzzo

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Abruzzo

This is the list of Presidents of Abruzzo since 1970.

Elected by the Regional Council (1970–1995)

Name Term of office Political Party Legislature
1 Ugo Crescenzi 3 September 1970 23 March 1972 DC I (1970)
2 Giustino De Cecco 23 March 1972 16 July 1973 DC
(1) Ugo Crescenzi 16 July 1973 31 May 1974 DC
(2) Giustino De Cecco 31 May 1974 8 October 1975 DC
3 Felice Spadaccini 8 October 1975 1 March 1977 DC II (1975)
4 Romeo Riciuti 1 March 1977 8 October 1980 DC
8 October 1980 30 November 1981 III (1980)
5 Anna Nena D'Antonio 30 November 1981 13 May 1983 DC
(3) Felice Spadaccini 13 May 1983 1 October 1985 DC
6 Emilio Mattucci 1 October 1985 1 August 1990 DC IV (1985)
7 Rocco Salini 1 August 1990 13 October 1992 DC V (1990)
8 Vincenzo Del Colle 13 October 1992 29 May 1995 DC

Directly-elected Presidents (since 1995)

N. Portrait President Term of office Tenure
(Years and days)
Party Composition Legislature
9 Antonio Falconio.jpg Antonio Falconio
(1938– )
29 May
1995
18 May
2000
4 years, 355 days Italian People's Party PDSPRCPPIPdDFdV VI
(1995)
10 Giovanni Pace daticamera 1996.jpg Giovanni Pace
(1933–2018)
18 May
2000
22 April
2005
4 years, 339 days National Alliance FIANCDCCDU VII
(2000)
11 Del Turco 2001.jpg Ottaviano Del Turco
(1944– )
22 April
2005
13 July
2008[a]
3 years, 82 days Italian Democratic Socialists/
Democratic Party
DSDLSDIPRCUDEURPdCIFdV VIII
(2005)
12 Giovanni Chiodi cropped.jpg Giovanni Chiodi
(1961– )
3 January
2009
10 June
2014
5 years, 158 days The People of Freedom PdLMpA IX
(2008)
13 Luciano D'Alfonso datisenato 2018 (cropped).jpg Luciano D'Alfonso
(1965– )
10 June
2014
10 August
2018[b]
4 years, 61 days Democratic Party PDCDSELIdV X
(2014)
12 Marco Marsilio datisenato 2018 (cropped).jpg Marco Marsilio
(1968– )
23 February
2019
Incumbent 1 year, 210 days Brothers of Italy LegaFIFdIAPUDC XI
(2019)
Notes
  1. ^ Resigned after a corruption scandal. His deputy Enrico Paolini (PD) held the office till a new regional election was called.
  2. ^ Resigned after being elected senator in the national general election. His deputy Giovanni Lolli (PD) held the office till a new regional election was called.