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President of Sardinia

This is the list of Presidents of Sardinia since 1949.


Presidents of Sardinia
President Party Term Legislature
Luigi Crespellani DC 1949–1953 I Legislature
Luigi Crespellani DC 1953–1954 II Legislature
Alfredo Corrias DC 1954–1955 II Legislature
Giuseppe Brotzu DC 1955–1957 II Legislature
Giuseppe Brotzu DC 1957–1958 III Legislature
Efisio Corrias DC 1958–1961 III Legislature
Efisio Corrias DC 1961–1965 IV Legislature
Efisio Corrias DC 1965–1966 V Legislature
Paolo Dettori DC 1966–1967 V Legislature
Giovanni Del Rio DC 1967–1969 V Legislature
Giovanni Del Rio DC 1969–1979 VI Legislature
Lucio Abis DC 1970 VI Legislature
Antonio Giagu De Martini DC 1970–1972 VI Legislature
Salvator Angelo Spano DC 1972 VI Legislature
Antonio Giagu De Martini DC 1972–1973 VI Legislature
Giovanni Del Rio DC 1973–1974 VI Legislature
Giovanni Del Rio DC 1974–1976 VII Legislature
Pietro Soddu DC 1976–1979 VII Legislature
Alessandro Ghinami PSDI 1979–1980 VIII Legislature
Francesco Rais PSI 1980–1982 VIII Legislature
Mario Melis PSd'Az 1982 VIII Legislature
Angelo Rojch DC 1982–1984 VIII Legislature
Mario Melis PSd'Az 1984–1989 IX Legislature
Mario Floris DC 1989–1991 X Legislature
Antonello Cabras PSI 1991–1994 X Legislature
Federico Palomba PDS/DS 1994–1999 XI Legislature
Mauro Pili FI 1999 XII Legislature
Mario Floris UDR/UDS 1999–2001 XII Legislature
Mauro Pili FI 2001–2003 XII Legislature
Italo Masala AN 2003–2004 XII Legislature
Renato Soru PS/PD 2004–2008 XIII Legislature
Carlo Mannoni (interim) PS/PD 2008–2009 XIII Legislature
Ugo Cappellacci PdL 2009–... XIV Legislature
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