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Italian Minister of the Interior

The Minister of the Interior (Italian: Ministro dell'Interno) in Italy is one of the most important positions in the Italian government. The current Minister is Angelino Alfano, appointed on 28 April 2013.

The Minister of the Interior is responsible for internal security and the protection of the constitutional order, for civil protection against disasters and terrorism, for displaced persons and administrative questions. It is host to the Standing Committee of Interior Ministers and also drafts all passport, identity card, firearms, and explosives legislation.

List of Italian Ministers of Interior

Kingdom of Italy

Parties
  • 1861–1912:


  • 1912–1922:

      Liberals       Radical Party       Reform Socialist Party       Military

  • 1922–1943:
(sole legal party)
  • 1943–1946:

      Liberal Party       Christian Democracy       Labour Democratic Party       Action Party       Socialist Party       Independent

Portrait Name
(Born-Died)
Term of office Political Party
Marco Minghetti
(1818–1886)
17 March 1861 1 September 1861 Historical Right
Bettino Ricasoli
(1809–1880)
1 September 1861 3 March 1862 Historical Right
Urbano Rattazzi
(1808–1873)
3 March 1862 8 December 1862 Historical Left
Ubaldino Peruzzi
(1822–1891)
8 December 1862 27 September 1864 Historical Left
Giovanni Lanza
(1810–1882)
27 September 1864 1 September 1865 Historical Right
Giuseppe Natoli
(1815–1867)
1 September 1865 4 December 1865 Historical Right
Desiderato Chiaves
(1825–1895)
15 December 1865 20 June 1866 Historical Right
Bettino Ricasoli
(1809–1880)
29 June 1866 10 April 1867 Historical Right
Urbano Rattazzi
(1808–1873)
10 April 1967 27 October 1867 Historical Left
Filippo Antonio Gualtiero
(1819–1874)
27 October 1867 17 January 1868 Historical Right
Carlo Cadorna
(1809–1881)
17 January 1868 10 September 1868 Historical Right
Gerolamo Cantelli
(1815–1884)
10 September 1868 13 May 1869 Historical Right
Luigi Ferraris
(1813–1900)
13 May 1869 22 October 1869 Historical Right
Antonio Starabba, Marchese di Rudinì
(1839–1908)
22 October 1869 14 December 1869 Historical Right
Giovanni Lanza
(1810–1882)
14 December 1869 9 July 1873 Historical Right
Gerolamo Cantelli
(1815–1884)
10 July 1873 25 March 1876 Historical Right
Giovanni Nicotera
(1826–1894)
26 March 1876 26 December 1877 Historical Left
Francesco Crispi
(1819–1901)
26 December 1877 7 March 1878 Historical Left
Agostino Depretis
(1813–1887)
7 March 1878 28 March 1878 Historical Left
Giuseppe Zanardelli
(1826–1903)
28 March 1878 19 December 1878 Historical Left
Agostino Depretis
(1813–1887)
19 December 1878 14 July 1879 Historical Left
Tommaso Villa
(1832–1915)
14 July 1879 25 November 1879 Historical Left
Agostino Depretis
(1813–1887)
25 November 1879 4 April 1887 Historical Left
Francesco Crispi
(1819–1901)
4 April 1887 6 February 1891 Historical Left
Giovanni Nicotera
(1826–1894)
9 February 1891 5 May 1892 Historical Left
Giovanni Giolitti
(1842–1928)
15 May 1892 28 November 1893 Historical Left
Francesco Crispi
(1819–1901)
15 May 1892 28 November 1893 Historical Left
Antonio Starabba, Marchese di Rudinì
(1839–1908)
9 March 1896 29 June 1898 Historical Right
Luigi Pelloux
(1839–1924)
29 June 1898 23 June 1900 Military
Giuseppe Saracco
(1821–1907)
24 June 1900 14 February 1901 Historical Left
Giovanni Giolitti
(1842–1928)
15 February 1901 20 June 1903 Historical Left
Giuseppe Zanardelli
(1826–1903)
21 June 1903 2 November 1903 Historical Left
Giovanni Giolitti
(1842–1928)
3 November 1903 15 March 1905 Historical Left
Tommaso Tittoni
(1855–1931)
15 March 1905 27 March 1905 Historical Right
Alessandro Fortis
(1842–1909)
28 March 1905 7 February 1906 Historical Left
Sidney Sonnino
(1847–1922)
8 February 1906 29 May 1906 Historical Right
Giovanni Giolitti
(1842–1928)
30 May 1906 10 December 1909 Historical Left
Sidney Sonnino
(1847–1922)
11 December 1909 31 March 1910 Historical Right
Luigi Luzzatti
(1841–1927)
1 April 1910 29 March 1911 Historical Right
Giovanni Giolitti
(1842–1928)
30 March 1911 20 March 1914 Liberals
Antonio Salandra
(1853–1931)
21 March 1914 18 June 1916 Liberals
Vittorio Emanuele Orlando
(1860–1952)
19 June 1916 23 June 1919 Liberals
Francesco Saverio Nitti
(1868–1953)
24 June 1919 15 June 1920 Radical Party
Giovanni Giolitti
(1842–1928)
15 June 1920 4 July 1921 Liberals
Ivanoe Bonomi
(1873–1951)
4 July 1921 26 February 1922 Reform Socialist Party
Luigi Facta
(1861–1930)
26 February 1922 1 August 1922 Liberals
Paolino Taddei
(1860–1925)
1 August 1922 31 October 1922 Liberals
Benito Mussolini
(1883–1945)
31 October 1922 17 June 1924 National Fascist Party
Luigi Federzoni
(1878–1967)
17 June 1924 6 November 1926 National Fascist Party
Benito Mussolini
(1883–1945)
6 November 1926 25 July 1943 National Fascist Party
Bruno Fornaciari
(1881–1959)
26 July 1943 25 July 1943 Independent
Umberto Ricci
(1878–1957)
9 August 1943 11 February 1944 Independent
Vito Reale
(1883–1953)
11 February 1944 17 April 1944 Italian Liberal Party
Salvatore Aldisio
(1890–1964)
22 April 1944 8 June 1944 Christian Democracy
Ivanoe Bonomi
(1873–1951)
18 June 1944 19 June 1945 Labour Democratic Party
Ferruccio Parri
(1890–1981)
21 June 1945 8 December 1945 Action Party
Giuseppe Romita
(1887–1958)
10 December 1945 14 July 1946 Italian Socialist Party

Italian Republic

Parties
  • 1946-1993:

      Christian Democracy

  • Since 1994:

      Lega Nord       The Olive Tree       Forza Italia

      Independent

Portrait Name
(Born-Died)
Term of office Political Party
Alcide De Gasperi
(1881–1954)
13 July 1946 2 February 1947 Christian Democracy
Mario Scelba
(1901–1991)
2 February 1947 16 July 1953 Christian Democracy
Amintore Fanfani
(1908–1999)
16 July 1953 18 January 1954 Christian Democracy
Giulio Andreotti
(1919-2013)
18 January 1954 10 February 1954 Christian Democracy
Mario Scelba
(1901–1991)
10 February 1954 6 July 1955 Christian Democracy
Fernando Tambroni
(1901–1963)
6 July 1955 15 February 1959 Christian Democracy
Antonio Segni
(1891–1972)
15 February 1959 23 March 1960 Christian Democracy
Giuseppe Spataro
(1897–1978)
23 March 1960 26 July 1960 Christian Democracy
Mario Scelba
(1901–1991)
26 July 1960 21 February 1962 Christian Democracy
Paolo Emilio Taviani
(1912–2001)
21 February 1962 21 June 1963 Christian Democracy
Mariano Rumor
(1915–1990)
21 June 1963 4 December 1963 Christian Democracy
Paolo Emilio Taviani
(1912–2001)
4 December 1963 24 June 1968 Christian Democracy
Franco Restivo
(1911–1976)
24 June 1968 17 February 1972 Christian Democracy
Mariano Rumor
(1915–1990)
17 February 1972 7 July 1973 Christian Democracy
Paolo Emilio Taviani
(1912–2001)
7 July 1973 23 November 1974 Christian Democracy
Luigi Gui
(1914–2010)
23 November 1974 12 February 1976 Christian Democracy
Luigi Gui
(1916–1978)
12 February 1976 29 July 1976 Christian Democracy
Francesco Cossiga
(1928–2010)
29 July 1976 11 May 1978 Christian Democracy
Giulio Andreotti
(1919-2013)
11 May 1978 13 June 1978 Christian Democracy
Virginio Rognoni
(1924- )
13 June 1978 4 August 1983 Christian Democracy
Oscar Luigi Scalfaro
(1918-2012)
4 August 1983 28 July 1987 Christian Democracy
Amintore Fanfani
(1908–1999)
28 July 1987 13 April 1988 Christian Democracy
Antonio Gava
(1930–2008)
13 April 1988 16 October 1990 Christian Democracy
Vincenzo Scotti
(1933- )
16 October 1990 28 June 1992 Christian Democracy
Nicola Mancino
(1931- )
28 June 1992 10 May 1994 Christian Democracy
Roberto Maroni
(1955- )
10 May 1994 17 January 1995 Lega Nord
Antonio Brancaccio
(1933-1995)
17 January 1995 8 June 1995 Independent
Giovanni Rinaldo Coronas
(1919–2008)
8 June 1995 17 May 1996 Independent
Giorgio Napolitano
(1925- )
17 May 1996 21 October 1998 The Olive Tree
Rosa Russo Jervolino
(1936- )
21 October 1998 22 December 1999 The Olive Tree
Enzo Bianco
(1951- )
22 December 1999 11 June 2001 The Olive Tree
Claudio Scajola
(1948- )
11 June 2001 3 July 2002 Forza Italia
Giuseppe Pisanu
(1937- )
3 July 2002 17 May 2006 Forza Italia
Giuliano Amato
(1938- )
17 May 2006 8 May 2008 The Olive Tree
Roberto Maroni
(1955- )
8 May 2008 16 November 2011 Lega Nord
Anna Maria Cancellieri
(1943- )
16 November 2011 28 April 2013 Independent
Angelino Alfano
(1970- )
28 April 2013 incumbent New Centre-Right
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