The Pella Cabinet was the 8th cabinet of the Italian Republic. It held office from 17 August 1953 to 18 January 1954, for a total of 154 days (or 5 months and 1 day). President Luigi Einaudi invited Giuseppe Pella to form an interim cabinet following the fall of the De Gasperi VIII Cabinet in a confidence vote, for the purpose of passing the budget.
8th Cabinet of Italy
|Date formed||17 August 1953|
|Date dissolved||19 January 1954|
|People and organisations|
|Head of state||Luigi Einaudi|
|Head of government||Giuseppe Pella|
|Total no. of members||18|
|Member party||Christian Democracy|
|Status in legislature||One-party government|
|Legislature term(s)||Legislature II (1953–1958)|
|Predecessor||De Gasperi VIII Cabinet|
|Successor||Fanfani I Cabinet|
The Pella Cabinet was a one-party government, composed only of members of Christian Democracy (DC).