Giuseppe Saragat

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Giuseppe Saragat
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Saragat in 1971
President of Italy
In office
29 December 1964 – 29 December 1971
Prime MinisterAldo Moro
Giovanni Leone
Mariano Rumor
Emilio Colombo
Preceded byAntonio Segni
Succeeded byGiovanni Leone
Minister of Foreign Affairs
In office
4 December 1963 – 22 July 1964
Prime MinisterAldo Moro
Preceded byAttilio Piccioni
Succeeded byAldo Moro
Deputy Prime Minister of Italy
In office
10 February 1954 – 19 May 1957
Prime MinisterMario Scelba
Antonio Segni
Preceded byAttilio Piccioni
Succeeded byGiuseppe Pella
In office
1 June 1947 – 27 January 1950
Prime MinisterAlcide De Gasperi
Preceded byPosition established
Succeeded byAttilio Piccioni
President of the Constituent Assembly
In office
25 June 1946 – 6 February 1947
Preceded byCarlo Sforza
Succeeded byUmberto Terracini
Personal details
Born(1898-09-19)19 September 1898
Turin, Piedmont, Kingdom of Italy
Died11 June 1988(1988-06-11) (aged 89)
Rome, Lazio, Italy
NationalityItalian
Political partyUnitary Socialist Party
(1922–1930)
Italian Socialist Party
(1930–1947)
Italian Democratic Socialist Party
(1947–1988)
Spouse(s)Giuseppina Bollani (died 14 January 1961)[1]
Alma materUniversity of Turin

Giuseppe Saragat (Italian pronunciation: [dʒuˈzɛppe ˈsaːraɡat];[a] 19 September 1898 – 11 June 1988)[2] was an Italian politician who was the president of Italy from 1964 to 1971.

Notes[change | change source]

  1. Prescribed pronunciation is [saraˈɡat], but [ˈsaːraɡat] has always been more common.

References[change | change source]

  1. Vespa, Bruno (7 October 2010). L'amore e il potere. Edizioni Mondadori. ISBN 9788852012037. Retrieved 14 August 2018 – via Google Books.
  2. Rizzo, Tito Lucrezio (23 October 2012). Parla il Capo dello Stato: sessanta anni di vita repubblicana attraverso il Quirinale 1946-2006. Gangemi Editore spa. ISBN 9788849274608. Retrieved 14 August 2018 – via Google Books.