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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.

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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. [1]

List of Ministers of Justice

Parties

   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

Governments

   Centrist coalition    Centre-right coalition    Centre-left coalition    Mixed coalition

NamePortraitTerm of officePolitical PartyGovernment
Minister of Grace and Justice
Fausto Gullo
(1887–1974)
Fausto Gullo 2.jpg July 13, 1946May 31, 1947 Italian Communist Party De Gasperi II·III
Giuseppe Grassi
(1883–1950)
Giuseppe Grassi.jpg May 31, 1947January 14, 1950 Italian Liberal Party De Gasperi IV·V
Attilio Piccioni
(1892–1976)
Attilio Piccioni.jpg January 27, 1950July 19, 1951 Christian Democracy De Gasperi VI
Adone Zoli
(1887–1960)
Adone Zoli.jpg July 26, 1951July 7, 1953 Christian Democracy De Gasperi VII
Guido Gonella
(1905–1982)
Guido Gonella.jpg July 16, 1953August 2, 1953 Christian Democracy De Gasperi VIII
Antonio Azara
(1883–1967)
Antonio Azara.jpg August 17, 1953January 12, 1954 Christian Democracy Pella
Michele De Pietro
(1884–1967)
Michele De Pietro.jpg January 18, 1954July 2, 1955 Christian Democracy Fanfani I
Scelba
Aldo Moro
(1916–1978)
Aldo Moro.jpg July 6, 1955May 15, 1957 Christian Democracy Segni I
Guido Gonella
(1905–1982)
Guido Gonella.jpg May 19, 1957February 21, 1962 Christian Democracy Zoli
Fanfani II
Segni II
Tambroni
Fanfani III
Giacinto Bosco
(1905–1997)
Giacinto Bosco.jpg February 21, 1962December 4, 1963 Christian Democracy Fanfani IV
Leone I
Oronzo Reale
(1902–1988)
Oronzo Reale.jpg December 4, 1963June 24, 1968 Italian Republican Party Moro I·II·III
Guido Gonella
(1905–1982)
Guido Gonella.jpg June 24, 1968December 12, 1968 Christian Democracy Leone II
Silvio Gava
(1901–1999)
Silvio Gava.jpg December 12, 1968March 23, 1970 Christian Democracy Leone II
Rumor I·II
Oronzo Reale
(1902–1988)
Oronzo Reale.jpg March 27, 1970March 1, 1971 Italian Republican Party Rumor III
Colombo
Emilio Colombo
(ad interim)
(1920–2013)
Emilio Colombo 3.jpg March 1, 1971February 17, 1972 Christian Democracy Colombo
Guido Gonella
(1905–1982)
Guido Gonella.jpg February 17, 1972July 7, 1973 Christian Democracy Andreotti I·II
Mario Zagari
(1913–1996)
Mario Zagari.jpg July 7, 1973November 23, 1974 Italian Socialist Party Rumor IV·V
Oronzo Reale
(1902–1988)
Oronzo Reale.jpg November 23, 1974February 12, 1976 Italian Republican Party Moro IV
Francesco Paolo Bonifacio
(1923–1989)
Francesco Paolo Bonifacio.jpg February 12, 1976March 20, 1979 Christian Democracy Moro V
Andreotti III·IV
Tommaso Morlino
(1925–1983)
Tommaso Morlino.jpg March 20, 1979October 18, 1980 Christian Democracy Andreotti V
Cossiga I·II
Adolfo Sarti
(1928–1992)
Adolfo Sarti crop.jpg October 18, 1980May 23, 1981 Christian Democracy Forlani
Clelio Darida
(1927–2017)
Clelio Darida.jpg May 23, 1981August 4, 1983 Christian Democracy Forlani
Spadolini I·II
Fanfani V
Mino Martinazzoli
(1931–2011)
Mino Martinazzoli.jpg August 4, 1983August 1, 1986 Christian Democracy Craxi I
Virginio Rognoni
(1924– )
Virginio Rognoni daticamera.jpg August 1, 1986July 28, 1987 Christian Democracy Craxi II
Fanfani VI
Giuliano Vassalli
(1915–2009)
Giuliano Vassalli.jpg July 28, 1987February 2, 1991 Italian Socialist Party Goria
De Mita
Andreotti VI
Claudio Martelli
(1943– )
Claudio Martelli 2.jpg February 2, 1991April 28, 1993 Italian Socialist Party Andreotti VI·VII
Amato I
Giovanni Conso
(1922–2015)
Giovanni Conso.jpg April 28, 1993May 10, 1994 Independent Amato I
Ciampi
Alfredo Biondi
(1928– )
Alfredo Biondi.jpg May 10, 1994January 17, 1995 Forza Italia Berlusconi I
Filippo Mancuso
(1922–2011)
Filippo Mancuso.jpg January 17, 1995October 19, 1995 Independent Dini
Lamberto Dini
(ad interim)
(1931– )
Lamberto dini pl.jpg October 19, 1995February 16, 1996 Independent
Vincenzo Caianiello
(1932–2002)
Vincenzo Caianiello.jpg February 16, 1996May 17, 1996 Independent
Giovanni Maria Flick
(1940– )
Giovanni Maria Flick.jpg May 17, 1996October 21, 1998 Independent Prodi I
Oliviero Diliberto
(1956– )
Oliviero Diliberto daticamera.jpg October 21, 1998April 25, 2000 Party of Italian Communists D'Alema I·II
Minister of Justice
Piero Fassino
(1949– )
Piero Fassino daticamera 2001.jpg April 25, 2000June 11, 2001 Democrats of the Left Amato II
Roberto Castelli
(1946– )
Roberto Castelli (2001).jpg June 11, 2001May 17, 2006 Lega Nord Berlusconi II·III
Clemente Mastella
(1947– )
Clemente Mastella daticamera.jpg May 17, 2006January 17, 2008 Union of Democrats for Europe Prodi II
Romano Prodi
(ad interim)
(1939– )
Romani Prodi daticamera.jpg January 17, 2008February 6, 2008 Democratic Party
Luigi Scotti
(1932– )
Luigi Scotti.jpg February 6, 2008May 8, 2008 Independent
Angelino Alfano
(1970– )
Angelino Alfano daticamera.jpg May 8, 2008July 28, 2011 The People of Freedom Berlusconi IV
Nitto Francesco Palma
(1950– )
Francesco Nitto Palma Senato.jpg July 28, 2011November 16, 2011 The People of Freedom
Paola Severino
(1948– )
Paola Severino - Quirinale.jpg November 16, 2011April 28, 2013 Independent Monti
Anna Maria Cancellieri
(1943– )
Annamaria Cancellieri.jpg April 28, 2013February 22, 2014 Independent Letta
Andrea Orlando
(1969– )
Andrea Orlando daticamera 2018 (cropped).jpg February 22, 2014June 1, 2018 Democratic Party Renzi
Gentiloni
Alfonso Bonafede
(1976– )
Alfonso Bonafede daticamera 2018.jpg June 1, 2018Incumbent Five Star Movement Conte I·II

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