Italian Minister for Parliamentary Relations

The Minister for Parliamentary Relations (Italian: Ministro per i Rapporti con il Parlamento) in Italy is one of the positions in the Italian government.

Minister for Parliamentary Relations
Ministro per i Rapporti con il Parlamento
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Incumbent
Federico D'Incà

since September 5, 2019
Department for Parliamentary Relations
Member ofCouncil of Ministers
SeatRome
AppointerThe President of Italy
Term lengthNo fixed term
FormationFebruary 10, 1954; 67 years ago (1954-02-10)
First holderRaffaele De Caro
Websitewww.rapportiparlamento.gov.it

The current minister is Federico D'Incà, who held the office since 5 September 2019.[1]

List of MinistersEdit

Parties:

Coalitions
N. Portrait Name
(Born–Died)
Term of office Party Government Ref.
Took office Left office Time in office
Minister for Parliamentary Relations
1   Raffaele De Caro
(1883–1961)
10 February 1954 19 May 1957 3 years, 98 days Italian Liberal Party Scelba
Segni I
2   Rinaldo Del Bo
(1916–1991)
19 May 1957 16 February 1959 1 year, 273 days Christian Democracy Zoli
Fanfani II
3   Giuseppe Bettiol
(1907–1982)
16 February 1959 25 March 1960 1 year, 38 days Christian Democracy Segni II
4   Armando Angelini
(1891–1968)
25 March 1960 26 July 1960 123 days Christian Democracy Tambroni
5   Giuseppe Codacci Pisanelli
(1913–1988)
26 July 1960 4 December 1963 3 years, 131 days Christian Democracy Fanfani III·IV
Leone I
6   Umberto Delle Fave
(1912–1986)
4 December 1963 22 July 1964 231 days Christian Democracy Moro I
7   Giovanni Battista Scaglia
(1910–2006)
22 July 1964 24 June 1968 3 years, 338 days Christian Democracy Moro II·III
8   Crescenzo Mazza
(1910–1990)
24 June 1968 24 March 1969 273 days Christian Democracy Leone II
Rumor I
9   Carlo Russo
(1920–2007)
24 March 1969 27 March 1970 1 year, 3 days Christian Democracy Rumor I
Rumor II
10   Mario Ferrari Aggradi
(1916–1997)
27 March 1970 6 August 1970 132 days Christian Democracy Rumor III
(9)   Carlo Russo
(1920–2007)
6 August 1970 26 June 1972 1 year, 325 days Christian Democracy Colombo
Andreotti I
11   Giorgio Bergamasco
(1904–1990)
26 June 1972 7 July 1973 1 year, 11 days Italian Liberal Party Andreotti II
12   Giovanni Gioia
(1925–1981)
7 July 1973 23 November 1974 1 year, 139 days Christian Democracy Rumor IV·V
Office not in use 1974–1979 Moro IV·V
Andreotti III·IV·V
13   Adolfo Sarti
(1928–1992)
4 August 1979 14 January 1980 163 days Christian Democracy Cossiga I
14   Clelio Darida
(1927–2017)
14 January 1980 4 April 1980 81 days Christian Democracy
15   Remo Gaspari
(1921–2011)
4 April 1980 18 October 1980 197 days Christian Democracy Cossiga II
16   Antonio Gava
(1930–2008)
18 October 1980 28 June 1981 253 days Christian Democracy Forlani
17   Luciano Radi
(1922–2014)
28 June 1981 1 December 1982 1 year, 156 days Christian Democracy Spadolini I·II
18   Lucio Abis
(1926–2014)
1 December 1982 4 August 1983 246 days Christian Democracy Fanfani V
19   Oscar Mammì
(1926–2017)
4 August 1983 18 April 1987 3 years, 257 days Italian Republican Party Craxi I·II
20   Gaetano Gifuni
(1932–2018)
18 April 1987 29 July 1987 102 days Independent Fanfani VI
21   Sergio Mattarella
(1941– )
29 July 1987 22 July 1989 1 year, 358 days Christian Democracy Goria
De Mita
22   Egidio Sterpa
(1926–2010)
22 July 1989 28 June 1992 3 years, 257 days Italian Liberal Party Andreotti VI·VII
Office not in use 1992–1993 Amato I
23   Augusto Antonio Barbera
(1938– )
28 April 1993 4 May 1993 6 days Democratic Party of the Left Ciampi
24   Paolo Barile
(1917–2000)
14 May 1993 10 May 1994 1 year, 6 days Independent
25   Giuliano Ferrara
(1952– )
10 May 1994 17 January 1995 252 days Forza Italia Berlusconi I
26   Guglielmo Negri
(1926–2000)
17 January 1995 17 May 1996 1 year, 121 days Independent Dini
Office not in use 1996–1997 Prodi I
27   Giorgio Bogi
(1929– )
14 March 1997 21 October 1998 1 year, 221 days Democratic Party of the Left
28   Gian Guido Folloni
(1946– )
21 October 1998 22 December 1999 1 year, 62 days Democratic Union for the Republic /
Union of Democrats for Europe
D'Alema I
29   Agazio Loiero
(1940– )
22 December 1999 25 April 2000 125 days Union of Democrats for Europe D'Alema II
30   Patrizia Toia
(1950– )
25 April 2000 11 June 2001 1 year, 47 days Italian People's Party Amato II
31   Carlo Giovanardi
(1950– )
11 June 2001 17 May 2006 4 years, 340 days Christian Democratic Centre /
Union of Christians and Centre Democrats
Berlusconi II·III
Minister for Constitutional Reforms and Parliamentary Relations
32   Vannino Chiti
(1947– )
17 May 2006 8 May 2008 1 year, 357 days Democrats of the Left /
Democratic Party
Prodi II
Minister for Parliamentary Relations
33   Elio Vito
(1960– )
8 May 2008 16 November 2011 3 years, 192 days The People of Freedom Berlusconi IV
34   Dino Piero Giarda
(1936– )
16 November 2011 28 April 2013 1 year, 163 days Independent Monti
35   Dario Franceschini
(1958– )
28 April 2013 22 February 2014 300 days Democratic Party Letta
Minister for Constitutional Reforms and Parliamentary Relations
36   Maria Elena Boschi
(1981– )
22 February 2014 12 December 2016 2 years, 294 days Democratic Party Renzi
Minister for Parliamentary Relations
37   Anna Finocchiaro
(1955– )
12 December 2016 1 June 2018 1 year, 171 days Democratic Party Gentiloni
Minister for Parliamentary Relations and Direct Democracy
38   Riccardo Fraccaro
(1981–)
1 June 2018 5 September 2019 1 year, 96 days Five Star Movement Conte I
Minister for Parliamentary Relations
39   Federico D'Incà
(1976–)
5 September 2019 Incumbent 2 years, 93 days Five Star Movement Conte II
Draghi

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