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List of Presidents of Lazio

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List of Presidents of Lazio

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

This is the list of Presidents of Lazio since 1970.

# Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Term of office Political Party
(Political Coalition)
Legislature
(Election)
1 Girolamo Mechelli
(1923–1986)
1 September 1970 17 January 1971 Christian Democracy
(Organic Centre-Left)
I
(1970)
2 Luigi Cipriani
(?–?)
17 January 1971 23 October 1973 Christian Democracy
(Organic Centre-Left)
3 Rinaldo Santini
(1914–2013)
23 October 1973 22 September 1975 Christian Democracy
(Organic Centre-Left)
4 Roberto Palleschi
(1925–2009)
22 September 1975 23 March 1976 Italian Socialist Party II
(1975)
5 Maurizio Ferrara
(1921–2000)
23 March 1976 5 August 1977 Italian Communist Party
6 Giulio Santarelli
(born in 1935)
5 August 1977 24 March 1983 Italian Socialist Party
III
(1980)
7 Bruno Landi
(born in 1939)
24 March 1983 18 April 1984 Italian Socialist Party
(Pentapartito)
8 Gabriele Panizzi
(born in 1937)
18 April 1984 31 July 1985 Italian Socialist Party
(Pentapartito)
9 Sebastiano Montali
(born in 1937)
31 July 1985 17 May 1987 Italian Socialist Party
(Pentapartito)
IV
(1985)
10 Bruno Landi
(born in 1939)
17 May 1987 27 July 1990 Italian Socialist Party
(Pentapartito)
11 Rodolfo Gigli
(born in 1935)
27 July 1990 21 February 1992 Christian Democracy
(Pentapartito)
V
(1990)
12 Giorgio Pasetto
(born in 1941)
21 February 1992 21 February 1994 Christian Democracy
(Pentapartito)
13 Carlo Proietti
(born in 1943)
21 February 1994 18 January 1995 Italian Socialist Party
(Alliance of Progressives)
14 Arturo Osio
(born in 1932)
18 January 1995 16 June 1995 Independent
(Alliance of Progressives)
15 Piero Badaloni
(born in 1946)
16 June 1995 12 March 2000 Independent
(The Olive Tree)
VI
(1995)
16 Francesco Storace
(born in 1959)
12 March 2000 2 May 2005 National Alliance
(House of Freedoms)
VII
(2000)
17 Piero Marrazzo
(born in 1959)
2 May 2005 27 October 2009 Democratic Party
(The Union)
VIII
(2005)
18 Renata Polverini
(born in 1962)
16 April 2010 12 March 2013 The People of Freedom IX
(2010)
19 Nicola Zingaretti
(born in 1965)
12 March 2013 Incumbent Democratic Party
(Italy. Common Good)
X
(2013)
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