Italian Minister of Budget

This is a list of Italian Ministers of Budget, from 1947 to 1997. The first Minister of Budget was Luigi Einaudi, the last one was Carlo Azeglio Ciampi.[1]

List of Ministers of BudgetEdit

Parties
  • 1946–1994:

  Liberal Party   Christian Democracy   Republican Party   Socialist Party   Democratic Socialist Party

  • Since 1994:

  Lega Nord   The Olive Tree   Democratic Party of the Left   Independent

Governments

  Centrist coalition   Centre-right coalition   Centre-left coalition   Mixed coalition

Name
(Born–Died)
Portrait Term of office Political Party Government
Minister of Budget
Luigi Einaudi
(1874–1961)
  6 June 1947 24 May 1948 Italian Liberal Party De Gasperi IV
Giuseppe Pella
(1902–1981)
  24 May 1948 18 January 1954 Christian Democracy De Gasperi V·VI·VII·VIII
Pella
Ezio Vanoni
(1903–1956)
  18 January 1954 16 February 1956 Christian Democracy Fanfani I
Scelba
Segni I
Adone Zoli
(1887–1960)
  16 February 1956 1 July 1958 Christian Democracy Segni I
Zoli
Giuseppe Medici
(1907–2000)
  1 July 1958 15 February 1959 Christian Democracy Fanfani II
Fernando Tambroni
(1901–1963)
  15 February 1959 26 July 1960 Christian Democracy Segni II
Tambroni
Giuseppe Pella
(1902–1981)
  26 July 1960 21 February 1962 Christian Democracy Fanfani III
Ugo La Malfa
(1903–1979)
  21 February 1962 21 June 1963 Italian Republican Party Fanfani IV
Giuseppe Medici
(1907–2000)
  21 June 1963 4 December 1963 Christian Democracy Leone I
Antonio Giolitti
(1915–2010)
  4 December 1963 22 July 1964 Italian Socialist Party Moro I
Giovanni Pieraccini [it]
(1918–2017)
  22 July 1964 24 June 1968 Italian Socialist Party Moro II·III
Emilio Colombo
(1920–2013)
  24 June 1968 12 December 1968 Christian Democracy Leone II
Minister of Budget and Economic Planning
Luigi Preti
(1914–2009)
  12 December 1968 5 August 1969 Italian Democratic Socialist Party Rumor I
Giuseppe Caron
(1904–1998)
  5 August 1969 27 March 1970 Christian Democracy Rumor II
Antonio Giolitti
(1915–2010)
  27 March 1970 17 February 1972 Italian Socialist Party Rumor III
Colombo
Paolo Emilio Taviani
(1912–2001)
  17 February 1972 7 July 1973 Christian Democracy Andreotti I·II
Antonio Giolitti
(1915–2010)
  7 July 1973 23 November 1974 Italian Socialist Party Rumor IV·V
Giulio Andreotti
(1919–2013)
  23 November 1973 29 July 1976 Christian Democracy Moro IV·V
Tommaso Morlino
(1925–1983)
  29 July 1976 20 March 1979 Christian Democracy Andreotti III·IV
Ugo La Malfa
(1903–1979)
  20 March 1979 26 March 1979 Italian Republican Party Andreotti V
Bruno Visentini
(1914–1995)
  26 March 1979 4 August 1979 Italian Republican Party
Beniamino Andreatta
(1928–2007)
  4 August 1979 4 April 1980 Christian Democracy Cossiga I
Giorgio La Malfa
(1939– )
  4 April 1980 1 December 1982 Italian Republican Party Cossiga II
Forlani
Spadolini I·II
Guido Bodrato
(1933– )
  1 December 1982 4 August 1983 Christian Democracy Fanfani V
Pietro Longo
(1935– )
  4 August 1983 13 July 1984 Italian Democratic Socialist Party Craxi I
Bettino Craxi
(1934–2000)
  13 July 1984 30 July 1984 Italian Socialist Party
Pier Luigi Romita
(1924–2003)
  30 July 1984 17 April 1987 Italian Democratic Socialist Party Craxi I·II
Giovanni Goria
(1943–1994)
  17 April 1987 28 July 1987 Christian Democracy Fanfani VI
Emilio Colombo
(1920–2013)
  28 July 1987 13 April 1988 Christian Democracy Goria
Amintore Fanfani
(1909–1999)
  13 April 1988 22 July 1989 Christian Democracy De Mita
Paolo Cirino Pomicino
(1939– )
  22 July 1989 28 June 1992 Christian Democracy Andreotti VI·VII
Franco Reviglio
(1935–)
  28 June 1992 29 April 1993 Italian Socialist Party Amato I
Luigi Spaventa
(1934–2013)
  28 April 1993 10 May 1994 Independent Ciampi
Giancarlo Pagliarini
(1942–)
  10 May 1994 17 January 1995 Lega Nord Berlusconi I
Rainer Masera
(1944– )
  17 January 1995 12 January 1996 Independent Dini
Augusto Fantozzi
(1940–2019)
  12 January 1996 16 February 1996 Independent
Mario Arcelli
(1935–2004)
  16 February 1995 17 May 1996 Independent
Minister of Treasury, Budget and Economic Planning
Carlo Azeglio Ciampi
(1920–2016)
  17 May 1996 13 May 1999 Independent Prodi I
D'Alema I
Giuliano Amato
(1938– )
  13 May 1999 25 April 2000 The Olive Tree D'Alema I·II
Vincenzo Visco
(1942–)
  25 April 2000 11 June 2001 Democrats of the Left Amato II
Minister of Economy and Finance (see list)

ReferencesEdit