This is a list of the Italian Ministers of Justice since 1946. The Minister of Justice is a senior member of the Italian Cabinet and leads the Ministry of Justice.
The current Minister of Justice is Alfonso Bonafede, a member of the Five Star Movement, appointed on 1 June 2018, who serves in the cabinet of Giuseppe Conte.
Communist Party Liberal Party Christian Democracy Republican Party Socialist Party
Forza Italia/The People of Freedom Party of Italian Communists Democrats of the Left Lega Nord Union of Democrats for Europe Democratic Party Five Star Movement Independent
Centrist coalition Centre-right coalition Centre-left coalition Mixed coalition
|Name||Portrait||Term of office||Political Party||Government|
| Fausto Gullo |
|July 13, 1946||May 31, 1947||Italian Communist Party||De Gasperi II·III|
| Giuseppe Grassi |
|May 31, 1947||January 14, 1950||Italian Liberal Party||De Gasperi IV·V|
| Attilio Piccioni |
|January 27, 1950||July 19, 1951||Christian Democracy||De Gasperi VI|
| Adone Zoli |
|July 26, 1951||July 7, 1953||Christian Democracy||De Gasperi VII|
| Guido Gonella |
|July 16, 1953||August 2, 1953||Christian Democracy||De Gasperi VIII|
|August 17, 1953||January 12, 1954||Christian Democracy||Pella|
|Michele De Pietro|
|January 18, 1954||July 2, 1955||Christian Democracy|| Fanfani I |
| Aldo Moro |
|July 6, 1955||May 15, 1957||Christian Democracy||Segni I|
| Guido Gonella |
|May 19, 1957||February 21, 1962||Christian Democracy||Zoli|
|February 21, 1962||December 4, 1963||Christian Democracy||Fanfani IV|
| Oronzo Reale |
|December 4, 1963||June 24, 1968||Italian Republican Party||Moro I·II·III|
| Guido Gonella |
|June 24, 1968||December 12, 1968||Christian Democracy||Leone II|
|December 12, 1968||March 23, 1970||Christian Democracy||Leone II|
| Oronzo Reale |
|March 27, 1970||March 1, 1971||Italian Republican Party||Rumor III|
| Emilio Colombo |
|March 1, 1971||February 17, 1972||Christian Democracy||Colombo|
| Guido Gonella |
|February 17, 1972||July 7, 1973||Christian Democracy||Andreotti I·II|
| Mario Zagari |
|July 7, 1973||November 23, 1974||Italian Socialist Party||Rumor IV·V|
| Oronzo Reale |
|November 23, 1974||February 12, 1976||Italian Republican Party||Moro IV|
| Francesco Paolo Bonifacio |
|February 12, 1976||March 20, 1979||Christian Democracy||Moro V|
|March 20, 1979||October 18, 1980||Christian Democracy||Andreotti V|
|October 18, 1980||May 23, 1981||Christian Democracy||Forlani|
| Clelio Darida |
|May 23, 1981||August 4, 1983||Christian Democracy|| Forlani |
| Mino Martinazzoli |
|August 4, 1983||August 1, 1986||Christian Democracy||Craxi I|
| Virginio Rognoni |
|August 1, 1986||July 28, 1987||Christian Democracy|| Craxi II |
| Giuliano Vassalli |
|July 28, 1987||February 2, 1991||Italian Socialist Party||Goria|
| Claudio Martelli |
|February 2, 1991||April 28, 1993||Italian Socialist Party||Andreotti VI·VII |
| Giovanni Conso |
|April 28, 1993||May 10, 1994||Independent||Amato I|
| Alfredo Biondi |
|May 10, 1994||January 17, 1995||Forza Italia||Berlusconi I|
| Filippo Mancuso |
|January 17, 1995||October 19, 1995||Independent||Dini|
| Lamberto Dini |
|October 19, 1995||February 16, 1996||Independent|
| Vincenzo Caianiello |
|February 16, 1996||May 17, 1996||Independent|
| Giovanni Maria Flick |
|May 17, 1996||October 21, 1998||Independent||Prodi I|
| Oliviero Diliberto |
|October 21, 1998||April 25, 2000||Party of Italian Communists||D'Alema I·II|
| Piero Fassino |
|April 25, 2000||June 11, 2001||Democrats of the Left||Amato II|
| Roberto Castelli |
|June 11, 2001||May 17, 2006||Lega Nord||Berlusconi II·III|
| Clemente Mastella |
|May 17, 2006||January 17, 2008||Union of Democrats for Europe||Prodi II|
| Romano Prodi |
|January 17, 2008||February 6, 2008||Democratic Party|
| Luigi Scotti |
|February 6, 2008||May 8, 2008||Independent|
| Angelino Alfano |
|May 8, 2008||July 28, 2011||The People of Freedom||Berlusconi IV|
| Nitto Francesco Palma |
|July 28, 2011||November 16, 2011||The People of Freedom|
| Paola Severino |
|November 16, 2011||April 28, 2013||Independent||Monti|
| Anna Maria Cancellieri |
|April 28, 2013||February 22, 2014||Independent||Letta|
| Andrea Orlando |
|February 22, 2014||June 1, 2018||Democratic Party|| Renzi |
| Alfonso Bonafede |
|June 1, 2018||Incumbent||Five Star Movement||Conte I·II|
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