Francesco Mussoni

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Francesco Mussoni (born May 15, 1971 in San Marino ) is a politician from San Marino . He was Capitano Reggente (Head of State) from 2008-2009, Minister of Labor from 2011 to 2012 and then Minister of Health from 2012 to 2016.


After obtaining his university entrance qualification (Liceo Classico), he studied law at the University of Bologna and then worked as a lawyer in San Marino. At the same time he was the administrator for the construction of the World Trade Center (San Marino) designed by Norman Foster's architectural office from 2001 to 2004.

Mussoni, who has been a member of the Partito Democratico Cristiano Sammarinese (PDCS) since 2000, began his political career in June 2001 when he was elected member of the San Marinese Parliament ( Consiglio Grande e Generale ). In 2006 he failed to get into parliament, in 2008, 2012 and 201 he was re-elected.

In the 25th legislative period (2001-2006) he was chairman of the health committee and a member of the foreign, domestic and finance committee.

In 2006 he became not only a member of the Central Committee of the PCDS, but also vice-president of the party. Between October 2009 and March 2010 he was next to Stefano Palmieri Capitano Reggente (head of state) of San Marino .

After the Europopolari left the government coalition via San Marino and Gian Marco Marcucci resigned from his office as Minister of Labor, Mussoni was elected Minister of Labor (Segretario di Stato al Lavoro, Cooperazione e Poste) on March 16, 2011 . After the victory of the San Marino Bene Commune in the parliamentary elections on November 11, 2012, Mussoni became Minister of Health (Segretario di Stato Sanità e Sicurezza sociale, Famiglia, Previdenza, Programmazione economica) in the new cabinet.


Francesco Mussoni was awarded the Grand Cross of the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic in 2014.

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Individual evidence

  1. The Ministry of Health gives May 15th as birthday, the short biography in July 15th.
  2. ^ Result of the elections of June 10, 2001. Accessed October 10, 2014 (Italian).
  3. ^ Result of the elections of June 4, 2006. Accessed October 10, 2014 (Italian).
  4. ^ Result of the elections on November 9, 2008. Retrieved October 10, 2014 (Italian).
  5. ^ Result of the elections on November 11, 2012. Accessed October 10, 2014 (Italian).
  6. Table of elected representatives from December 4, 2016. Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of San Marino, accessed on January 1, 2017 (Italian).
  7. Eletti i nuovi Captains Regent della Repubblica di San Marino. In: September 15, 2009, accessed October 10, 2014 (Italian).
  8. Europopolari per San Marino si tirano fuori dal Patto. In: February 14, 2011, accessed October 10, 2014 (Italian).
  9. ^ Governo di San Marino. Marcucci (Eps) si dimette. In: February 21, 2011, accessed October 10, 2014 (Italian).
  10. ^ San Marino: Francesco Mussoni, Segretario di Stato al Lavoro. In: March 16, 2011, accessed October 10, 2014 (Italian).
  11. ^ Governo San Marino Bene Comune. Segretari di Stato. Congresso di Stato. In: December 5, 2012, accessed October 10, 2014 (Italian).
  12. ^ Page of the Italian President. Retrieved October 31, 2015 (Italian).
predecessor Office successor

Massimo Cenci
Oscar Mina
Capitano Reggente
together with Stefano Palmieri

Marco Conti
Glauco Sansovini
Gian Marco Marcucci Minister of Labor of San Marino
Iro Belluzzi
Claudio Podeschi San Marino Minister of Health
Franco Santi