Domenico Magrì (born October 10, 1905 in Catania , Province of Catania , † December 4, 1983 in Rome ) was an Italian politician of the Democrazia Cristiana (DC), who was a member of the Senate ( Senato della Repubblica ) between 1948 and 1954 and from 1958 to 1976 member of the Chamber of Deputies ( Camera dei deputati ) . He was also temporarily minister and twice mayor of Catania.
Teacher, Senator and Mayor of Catania
Domenico Magrì worked as a teacher of Italian literature and Latin at the Liceo Spedalieri after completing his studies with a laureate in lettere , and was also involved in local politics as a member of the city council of Catania. On April 18, 1948 he was elected for the first time as a member of the Senate ( Senato della Repubblica ) for the Democrazia Cristiana (DC) for the region of Sicily . During the first legislative period he was first secretary from June 17, 1948 to July 28, 1950 and then from July 29, 1950 to June 24, 1953 Vice-President of the Standing Committee on Public Education and Fine Arts (6ª Commissione permanente (Istruzione pubblica e belle arti)) . He was also mayor of Catania for the first time between July 7, 1952 and November 14, 1953 . On June 7, 1953, he was re-elected for the DC to a member of the Senate and served in the second legislative period until his election on October 27, 1954, from July 28, 1953 to October 27, 1954, as Vice-President of the Standing Committee for public lessons and fine arts. After leaving the Senate, he worked as a journalist .
Member of the Chamber of Deputies and Undersecretary of State
Magrì was then elected as a candidate for the DC in the subsequent election on June 4, 1958 for Catania for a member of the Chamber of Deputies ( Camera dei deputati ) . In the third legislative period, he took over his first government office in the Segni II cabinet and from February 19 to September 28, 1959, initially served as Undersecretary to the Prime Minister for Tourism and Sport (Sottosegretario alla Presidenza del Consiglio dei ministri con delega al Turismo e allo Sport) and subsequently in this cabinet until March 25, 1960, Undersecretary of State in the Ministry of Tourism and Events. Between April 2 and July 26, 1960, he also held the post of Undersecretary of State in the Ministry of Tourism and Events in the Tambroni cabinet . In the Fanfani III cabinet he then held the post of Undersecretary of State in the Ministry of Public Works (Sottosegretario al Ministero dei Lavori Pubblici) from July 28, 1960 to February 21, 1962 and then in the Fanfani IV cabinet between February 24, 1962 and December 21, 1962 June 1963 as Undersecretary of State in the Ministry of Public Education (Sottosegretario al Ministero della Pubblica Istruzione) . In the fourth legislative term he continued to be Undersecretary of State in the Ministry of Public Education in the Leone I cabinet between June 22 and December 4, 1963, from December 8, 1963 to July 22, 1964 in the Moro I cabinet and between July 25 1964 and February 23, 1966 in the Moro II cabinet .
In the fifth legislative term, Domenico Magrì was appointed minister for the first time in the Leone II cabinet and held the office of Minister for Tourism and Events (Ministro del Turismo e dello Spettacolo) between June 24 and December 12, 1968 . He later served as Minister for Industry, Commerce and Crafts (Ministro dell'Industria, Commercio e Artigianato) in the Rumor II cabinet from August 5, 1969 to March 27, 1970 . In the sixth legislative period he was from July 11, 1972 to September 19, 1973 President of the Defense Committee (Commissione Difesa) and left the Chamber of Deputies on April 27, 1976 after 18 years. Most recently, he was mayor of his native Catania for the second time between August 3, 1975 and April 11, 1978.
- Domenico Magrì on the Camera dei deputati homepage
- Entry on the homepage of the Senato della Repubblica (1st legislative period)
- Entry on the homepage of the Senato della Repubblica (2nd legislative period)
- GOVERNO SEGNI II
- GOVERNO TAMBRONI
- GOVERNO FANFANI III
- GOVERNO FANFANI IV
- Entry on the homepage of the Camera dei deputati (3rd legislative period)
- GOVERNO LEONE I
- GOVERNO MORO I
- GOVERNO MORO II
- Entry on the homepage of the Camera dei deputati (4th legislative period)
- GOVERNO LEONE II
- GOVERNO RUMOR II
- Entry on the homepage of the Camera dei deputati (5th legislative period)
- Entry on the homepage of the Camera dei deputati (6th legislative period)
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Italian politician, member of the Camera dei deputati and the Senato della Repubblica|
|DATE OF BIRTH||October 10, 1905|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Catania , Province of Catania|
|DATE OF DEATH||4th December 1983|
|Place of death||Rome|