De Gasperi VII Cabinet

The De Gasperi VII Cabinet held office from 26 July 1951 until 16 July 1953, a total of 721 days, or 1 year, 11 months and 20 days.[1]

De Gasperi VII Cabinet
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6th Cabinet of Italy
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Date formed26 July 1951
Date dissolved16 July 1953
People and organisations
Head of stateLuigi Einaudi
Head of governmentAlcide De Gasperi
Member partiesDC, PRI
Status in legislatureCoalition government
History
Outgoing election1953 election
Legislature term(s)Legislature I (1948–1953)
PredecessorDe Gasperi VI Cabinet
SuccessorDe Gasperi VIII Cabinet

Party breakdownEdit

CompositionEdit

Office Name Party Term
Prime Minister Alcide De Gasperi DC 26 July 1951–16 July 1953
Deputy Prime Minister Attilio Piccioni DC 26 July 1951–16 July 1953
Minister of Foreign Affairs Alcide De Gasperi (ad interim) DC 26 July 1951–16 July 1953
Minister of the Interior Mario Scelba DC 26 July 1951–16 July 1953
Minister of Italian Africa Alcide De Gasperi (ad interim) DC 26 July 1951–16 July 1953
Minister of Grace and Justice Adone Zoli DC 26 July 1951–16 July 1953
Minister of Budget Giuseppe Pella DC 26 July 1951–16 July 1953
Minister of Finance Ezio Vanoni DC 26 July 1951–16 July 1953
Minister of Treasury Ezio Vanoni (ad interim) DC 26 July 1951–2 February 1952
Giuseppe Pella (ad interim) DC 2 February 1952–16 July 1953
Minister of Defence Randolfo Pacciardi PRI 26 July 1951–16 July 1953
Minister of Public Education Antonio Segni DC 26 July 1951–16 July 1953
Minister of Public Works Salvatore Aldisio DC 26 July 1951–16 July 1953
Minister of Agriculture and Forests Amintore Fanfani DC 26 July 1951–16 July 1953
Minister of Transport Piero Malvestiti DC 26 July 1951–16 July 1953
Minister of Post and Telecommunications Giuseppe Spataro DC 26 July 1951–16 July 1953
Minister of Industry and Commerce Pietro Campilli DC 26 July 1951–16 July 1953
Minister of Foreign Trade Ugo La Malfa PRI 26 July 1951–16 July 1953
Minister of Merchant Navy Paolo Cappa DC 26 July 1951–16 July 1953
Minister of Labour and Social Security Leopoldo Rubinacci DC 26 July 1951–16 July 1953
Minister of European Affairs (without portfolio) Carlo Sforza PRI 26 July 1951–16 July 1953
Secretary of the Council of Ministers Giulio Andreotti DC 26 July 1951–16 July 1953

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