Luigi Gui

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Luigi Gui
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Italian Minister of Public Instruction
In office
21 February 1962 – 24 June 1968
Prime MinisterAmintore Fanfani
Giovanni Leone
Aldo Moro
Preceded byGiacinto Bosco
Succeeded byGiovanni Battista Scaglia
Italian Minister of Defense
In office
24 June 1968 – 23 March 1970
Prime MinisterGiovanni Leone
Mariano Rumor
Preceded byRoberto Tremelloni
Succeeded byMario Tanassi
Italian Minister of Health
In office
7 July 1973 – 14 March 1974
Prime MinisterMariano Rumor
Preceded byRemo Gaspari
Succeeded byVittorino Colombo
Italian Minister of the Interior
In office
23 November 1974 – 12 February 1976
Prime MinisterAldo Moro
Preceded byPaolo Emilio Taviani
Succeeded byAldo Moro
Personal details
Born(1914-09-26)26 September 1914
Padua, Italy
Died26 April 2010(2010-04-26) (aged 95)
NationalityItalian
Political partyChristian Democracy
ProfessionPhilosopher
Politician

Luigi Gui (26 September 1914 – 26 April 2010) was an Italian politician and philosopher.

Biography[edit]

Gui was born in Padua (Veneto), he graduated in philosophy at The Catholic University in Milan. He was an officer of the Alpini corps of the Italian Army, and fought in USSR during World War II. Later, he was a member of the Italian Assemblea Costituente which later became the modern Italian Parliament, he was deputy and senator from 1948 to 1983.

He has been Minister of Education, Minister of health, Minister of the Interior and Minister of Defense.

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Political offices
Preceded by
Giacinto Bosco
Italian Minister of Public Instruction
1962–1968
Succeeded by
Giovanni Battista Scaglia
Preceded by
Roberto Tremelloni
Italian Minister of Defense
1968–1970
Succeeded by
Mario Tanassi
Preceded by
Remo Gaspari
Italian Minister of Health
1973–1974
Succeeded by
Vittorino Colombo
Preceded by
Paolo Emilio Taviani
Italian Minister of the Interior
1974–1976
Succeeded by
Aldo Moro