Giacomo Mancini

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Giacomo Mancini (21 April 1916 – 8 April 2002) was an Italian Socialist Party politician. He was minister of health (1963-1964) in the Government of Italy. He served in the cabinet of Prime Minister Aldo Moro. He served in the Chamber of Deputies of Italy in Legislature II (1953–1958), Legislature III (1958–1963), Legislature IV (1963–1968), Legislature V (1968–1972), Legislature VI (1972–1976), Legislature VII (1976–1979), Legislature VIII (1979–1983), Legislature IX and Legislature X.

Preceded by
Angelo Raffaele Jervolino
Minister of Health of Italy
1963–1964
Succeeded by
Luigi Mariotti
Preceded by
Giovanni Pieraccini
Minister of Public Works of Italy
1964–1968
Succeeded by
Lorenzo Natali
Preceded by
Lorenzo Natali
Minister of Public Works of Italy
1968–1969
Succeeded by
Lorenzo Natali

External links

  • Mancini, Giacomo la voce nella Treccani.it - L'Enciclopedia Italiana.URL visitato il 18 febbraio 2014.
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