Mario Monti

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Mario Monti
Mario Monti 2012-06-27.JPG
54th Prime Minister of Italy
In office
16 November 2011 – 28 April 2013
President Giorgio Napolitano
Preceded by Silvio Berlusconi
Succeeded by Enrico Letta
Minister of Economy and Finance
In office
16 November 2011 – 11 July 2012
Preceded by Giulio Tremonti
Succeeded by Vittorio Grilli
Senator for Life
Assumed office
9 November 2011
President Giorgio Napolitano
European Commissioner for Competition
In office
15 September 1999 – 30 October 2004
President Romano Prodi
Preceded by Karel Van Miert
Succeeded by Neelie Kroes
European Commissioner for Internal Market, Services, Customs and Taxation
In office
18 January 1995 – 15 September 1999
President Jacques Santer
Manuel Marín (Acting)
Preceded by Raniero Vanni d'Archirafi
Succeeded by Frits Bolkestein
Personal details
Born (1943-03-19) 19 March 1943 (age 75)
Varese, Lombardy, Italy
Political party Independent
Spouse(s) Elsa Antonioli
Children Federica Monti
Giovanni Monti
Residence Palazzo Chigi
Alma mater Bocconi University
Yale University
Religion Roman Catholicism[1]

Mario Monti (19 March 1943)[2] is an Italian politician who was the Prime Minister from 2011 to 2013. He also was Finance Minister of Italy.

Sources[change | change source]

  1. "Il côté cattolico del nuovo premier"" (in Italian). Lettera 43. Retrieved 13 November 2011.
  2. "Mario Monti - Fast Facts". CNN. Retrieved 6 February 2013.