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Presidents of Sicily

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Sicily

This is the list of Presidents of Sicily since 1947.

Name Term of office Political Party Legislature
1 Giuseppe Alessi 30 May 1947 13 June 1949 DC I (1947)
2 Franco Restivo 13 June 1949 20 July 1951 DC
20 July 1951 4 June 1955 II (1951)
(1) Giuseppe Alessi 4 June 1955 4 April 1956 DC III (1955)
3 Giuseppe La Loggia 4 April 1956 13 May 1958 DC
4 Silvio Milazzo 13 May 1958 12 August 1959 DC
12 August 1959 23 February 1960 IV (1959)
5 Benedetto Della Nicchiara 23 February 1960 8 September 1961 DC
6 Giuseppe D'Angelo 8 September 1961 25 July 1963 DC
25 July 1963 4 August 1964 V (1963)
7 Francesco Coniglio 4 August 1964 11 August 1967 DC
8 Vincenzo Carollo 11 August 1967 20 September 1969 DC VI (1967)
9 Mario Fasino 20 September 1969 10 August 1971 DC
10 August 1971 22 December 1972 VII(1971)
10 Vincenzo Giummara 22 December 1972 26 March 1974 DC
11 Angelo Bonfiglio 26 March 1974 13 August 1976 DC
13 August 1976 20 March 1978 VIII(1976)
12 Piersanti Mattarella 20 March 1978 6 January 1980 DC
13 Mario D'Acquisto 6 January 1980 7 August 1981 DC
7 August 1981 23 December 1982 IX(1981)
14 Calogero Lo Giudice 23 December 1982 19 October 1983 DC
15 Santi Nicita 19 October 1983 21 March 1984 DC
16 Modesto Sardo 21 March 1984 1 February 1985 DC
17 Rino Nicolosi 1 February 1985 12 August 1986 DC
12 August 1986 12 August 1991 X(1986)
18 Vincenzo Leanza 12 August 1991 16 July 1992 DC XI(1991)
19 Giuseppe Campione 16 July 1992 21 December 1993 DC
20 Francesco Martino 21 December 1993 16 May 1995 PLI
21 Matteo Graziano 16 May 1995 16 June 1996 PPI
22 Giuseppe Provenzano 16 June 1996 21 November 1998 FI XII(1996)
23 Angelo Capodicasa 21 November 1998 26 July 2000 DS
(18) Vincenzo Leanza 26 July 2000 17 July 2001 FI
24 Salvatore Cuffaro 17 July 2001 28 May 2006 UDC XIII(2001)
28 May 2006 18 January 2008[1] XIV(2006)
25 Raffaele Lombardo 28 April 2008 10 November 2012 MpA/UDC XV(2008)
26 Rosario Crocetta 10 November 2012 incumbent PD XVI(2012)

References

  1. ^ Resigned after being arrested.
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