Crispi II Cabinet

The Crispi II Cabinet held office from 9 March 1889 until 6 February 1891, a total of 699 days, or 1 year, 10 months and 28 days.[1]

Crispi II Cabinet
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28th Cabinet of Italy
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Date formed9 March 1889
Date dissolved6 February 1891
People and organisations
Head of stateUmberto I
Head of governmentFrancesco Crispi
Total no. of members11
Member partyHistorical Left
History
PredecessorCrispi I Cabinet
SuccessorDi Rudinì I Cabinet

Government partiesEdit

The government was composed by the following parties:

Party Ideology Leader
Historical Left Liberalism Francesco Crispi

CompositionEdit

Office Name Party Term
Prime Minister Francesco Crispi Historical Left (1889–1891)
Minister of the Interior Francesco Crispi Historical Left (1889–1891)
Minister of Foreign Affairs Francesco Crispi Historical Left (1889–1891)
Minister of Grace and Justice Giuseppe Zanardelli Historical Left (1889–1891)
Minister of Finance Federico Seismit-Doda Historical Left (1889–1890)
Giovanni Giolitti Historical Left (1890–1890)
Bernardino Grimaldi Historical Left (1890–1891)
Minister of Treasury Giovanni Giolitti Historical Left (1889–1890)
Bernardino Grimaldi Historical Left (1890–1891)
Minister of War Ettore Bertolè Viale Military (1889–1891)
Minister of the Navy Benedetto Brin Military (1889–1891)
Minister of Agriculture, Industry and Commerce Luigi Miceli Historical Left (1889–1891)
Minister of Public Works Gaspare Finali Historical Left (1889–1891)
Minister of Public Education Paolo Boselli Historical Right (1889–1891)
Minister of Post and Telegraphs Pietro Lacava Historical Left (1889–1891)

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