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Giuliano Amato


Giuliano Amato
  • He was born in Turin on 13 May 1938.
  • He graduated in Law. University lecturer.
  • He was Under-Secretary at the Office of the Prime Minister in the two Craxi Governments. He was a member of the Goria Government and Deputy Prime Minister, and at the same time Treasury Minister. He also remained at the Treasury in the following Government under Prime Minister De Mita.
  • From 1989 to 1992 he was Deputy Secretary of the Socialist Party until he was invited by the President of the Republic, Scalfaro, to form a government, which was installed on 28 June 1992.
  • In 1994 he was appointed Chairman of the Competition Authority, where he remained until 1997.
  • In 1998, he was appointed Minister for Institutional Reform in the D'Alema government until May 1999 when, following the election of Minister Ciampi as President of the Republic, he was appointed Minister for the Treasury, where he remained under the 2nd D'Alema Government.
  • In the spring of 2000, D'Alema resigned and Amato succeeded him as Prime Minister of a centre-left government. In February 2001 he became Acting Minister for the University and Scientific and Technological Research, replacing Ortensio Zecchino, and on 6 June 2001, Acting Minister for Foreign Affairs, replacing Lamberto Dini who had been elected Deputy Speaker of the Senate.
  • In January 2002, Amato was appointed Vice-President of the European Convention, convened to draw up the new institutional architecture of the Union.


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