Tommaso Morlino

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Tommaso Morlino
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President of the Italian Senate
In office
9 December 1982 6 May 1983
Preceded by Amintore Fanfani
Succeeded by Vittorino Colombo
Personal details
Born(1925-08-26)26 August 1925
Irsina, Kingdom of Italy
Died6 May 1983(1983-05-06) (aged 57)
Giustiniani Palace, Rome, Lazio, Italy
Political party Christian Democracy

Tommaso Morlino (26 August 1925 6 May 1983) was an Italian Christian Democrat politician. He served in the cabinet of Prime Ministers Andreotti (19761979) and Cossiga (19791980). He served in the Senate of Italy in Legislature V (19681972), Legislature VI (19721976), Legislature VII (19761979) and Legislature VIII (19791983).

Political offices
Preceded by
Giulio Andreotti
Minister of Budget
1976–1979
Succeeded by
Ugo La Malfa
Preceded by
Francesco Paolo Bonifacio
Minister of Grace and Justice
1979–1980
Succeeded by
Adolfo Sarti
Preceded by
Amintore Fanfani
President of the Italian Senate
1982–1983
Succeeded by
Vittorino Colombo

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