The Letta cabinet was the sixty-second cabinet of the government of Italy announced on 27 April 2013. The cabinet was composed of members of the Democratic Party, The People of Freedom, Civic Choice, the cabinet was the youngest government of Italy until the forming of the Renzi Cabinet, with a median age of 53. The cabinet was sworn in on 28 April and won the vote in both the Chamber of Deputies on 29 April and the Senate on 30 April. On 28 September Silvio Berlusconi announced that he was asking to the PdLs five ministers to resign from the government over a tax hike, on 15 November 2013, the PdL split. While Berlusconi re-founded the Forza Italia party, all five PdL ministers, led by Alfano, in the same week, another coalition partner, Civic Choice, suffered a split, with minister of defense Mario Mauro leaving the party and founding the new Populars for Italy. Media related to Letta Cabinet at Wikimedia Commons
Letta's government during the oath.
Image: Enrico Letta 2013
Image: Angelino Alfano daticamera
Image: Emma Bonino World Economic Forum on Europe 2010