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Mirko Tomassoni (born 24 April 1969) is a Sammarinese politician, who served as Captain Regent of San Marino for the six-month term from October 2007 to April 2008 and the second term from October 2018 until April 2019. He served together with Alberto Selva the first term and with Luca Santolini his second term. He is a Member of the Parliament of San Marino, Member of the ICD Advisory Board, Minister of Culture of San Marino.

Mirko Tomassoni
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Captain Regent of San Marino
In office
1 October 2018 – 1 April 2019
Serving with Luca Santolini
Preceded byStefano Palmieri
Francesco Mussoni
Succeeded byNicola Selva
Michele Muratori
In office
1 October 2007 – 1 April 2008
Serving with Alberto Selva
Preceded byAlessandro Mancini
Alessandro Rossi
Succeeded byFederico Pedini Amati
Rosa Zafferani
Personal details
Born (1969-04-24) 24 April 1969 (age 50)
Borgo Maggiore, San Marino
Political partyPSD


Mirko Tomassoni was born in Borgo Maggiore on 24 April 1969. He entered the political life of the country beginning from 1992. In 1999 he was in a car accident that changed his life and deprived him from active lifestyle. He was elected to the local town council three times before his being elected to the Grand and General Council.[1]

Tomassoni was elected in June 2006 to the Grand and General Council as an independent on the list of the Party of Socialists and Democrats. On October 1, 2007 Mirko Tomassoni was elected as one of the heads of state, making him the first disabled person to ever have been elected as captain regent.[2] According to the laws of San-Marino after his stay at the post of Head of State of San Marino he returned to the civil life.[1] He seeks to improve awareness of disability among all people and does all the best to help such people in their everyday life.[3] He wrote the book Bolivia 2013 which was published on 19 March 2014.[4]


  1. ^ a b The Hon. Mirko Tomassoni Retrieved on 8 Feb 2018
  2. ^ "San Marino, primo capo di Stato disabile "Via tutte le barriere architettoniche" - esteri -".
  3. ^ Mirko Tomassoni reelected to the Parliament of San Marino! Retrieved on 8 Feb 2018
  4. ^ Bolivia 2013 Retrieved on 8 Feb 2018

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