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Giuseppe Medici

Giuseppe Medici
Minister of Foreign Affairs
In office
July 26, 1972 – July 7, 1973
Prime Minister Giulio Andreotti
Preceded by Aldo Moro
Succeeded by Aldo Moro
In office
June 24, 1968 – December 12, 1968
Prime Minister Aldo Moro
Preceded by Amintore Fanfani
Succeeded by Pietro Nenni
Minister of Education
In office
February 15, 1959 – July 26, 1960
Prime Minister Antonio Segni
Fernando Tambroni
Preceded by Aldo Moro
Succeeded by Giacinto Bosco
Personal details
Born October 24, 1907
Sassuolo, Italy
Died August 21, 2000
Modena, Italy
Nationality Italian
Political party Democrazia Cristiana
Profession Politician
Religion Roman Catholic

Giuseppe Medici (October 24, 1907 – August 21, 2000) was an Italian politician who was a member of the Christian Democracy party.

Born in Sassuolo, Medici was a surveyor and lectured at the University of Bologna before entering politics. In 1948 he ran for Senate and was elected. He remained in the government for nearly three decades, serving in a variety of positions. He declined to run for re-election in 1977. Following his retirement from politics, he returned to academia and served as a professor emeritus at Sapienza University of Rome.

Political offices
Preceded by
Aldo Moro
Italian Minister of Public Instruction
1959–1960
Succeeded by
Giacinto Bosco
Preceded by
Amintore Fanfani
Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs
1968
Succeeded by
Pietro Nenni
Preceded by
Aldo Moro
Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs
1972–1973
Succeeded by
Aldo Moro


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