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Giovanni Lanza
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Prime Minister of Italy
In office
14 December 1869 10 July 1873
Political offices
Preceded by Piedmontese Minister of Education
Succeeded by
Preceded by Piedmontese Minister of Finances
Succeeded by
Preceded by Chairman of the Piedmontese Chamber of Deputies
Succeeded by
Preceded by Italian Minister of the Interior
Succeeded by
Preceded by Chairman of the Italian Chamber of Deputies
Succeeded by
Preceded by Prime Minister of Italy
Succeeded by
Preceded by Italian Minister of the Interior
Succeeded by

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