The Dini Cabinet was the 52nd cabinet of the Italian Republic, and the second and last cabinet of the XII Legislature. It held office from 17 January 1995 to 17 May 1996, a total of 486 days, or 1 year and 4 months. It was the Italian Republic's first technocracy, entirely composed of experts and officials from outside Parliament.
Composition of the Government: Technocracy
Obtained the confidence of the House of Deputies on 25 January 1995 with 302 votes in favour, 39 against and 270 abstentions.
Obtained the confidence of the Senate on 1 February 1995 with 191 votes in favour, 17 against and 2 abstentions.
Resigned on 11 January 1996.
Read more about Dini Cabinet: President of The Council of Ministers, Secretary To The President of The Council of Ministers
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