Italy Legislature of the Parliament from 15 March 1939
Senate: president (from 15 March 1939) Suardo Giacomo; (from July 1943) Thaon de Revel Paolo senior; Chamber: president (from 30 November 1939) Grandi Dino.
In July 1944 the Bonomi cabinet invited VE Orlando and sen. P. Della Torretta to assume the functions of President of the Chamber and President of the Senate respectively.
Constituent Assembly (25 June 1946-18 April 1948): president: Saragat Giuseppe (until 6 February 1947), Terracini Umberto; vice-presidents: Terracini Umberto; Micheli Filippo; Conti Giovanni; Pecorari Antonio; Great Achilles; Tupini Umberto; Targetti Ferdinando; Bosco Lucarelli Giambattista.
Senate (from 8 May 1948): president, Bonomi Ivanoe; vice-presidents: Alberti Antonio; Aldisio Salvatore; Molè Enrico; Scoccimarro Mauro.
Chamber of Deputies (from 8 May 1948): president, Gronchi Giovanni; vice-presidents: Giuseppe Fuschini; Targetti Ferdinando; Martino Gaetano; Chiostergi Giuseppe.
List of ministries since 12 July 1939. – Justice, Grandi Dino; (1 November 1939): Italian Africa, Teruzzi Attilio; corporations, Ricci Renato; popular culture, Pavolini Alessandro; exchanges and currencies, Riccardi Raffaele; agriculture and forests, Tassinari Giuseppe; communications, Host Venturi Giuseppe; public works, Serena Adelchi; (13 June 1942): agriculture, Pareschi Carlo; (February 5, 1943): foreign, Mussolini Benito; grace and justice, De Marsico Alfredo; finance, Acerbo Giacomo; national education, Biggini Carlo; public works, Benini Zenone; communications, Cini Vittorio; corporations, Tiengo Carlo; popular culture, Polverelli Gaetano; exchanges and currencies, Bonomi Oreste; war production, Favagrossa Carlo; (April 17, 1943): guilds, Cianetti Tullio.
(25 July 1943 – 11 February 1944): president, Badoglio Pietro, foreign, Guariglia Raffaele; interiors, Fornaciari Bruno (until 10 August 1943), then Ricci Umberto; justice, Azzariti Gaetano; finance, Bartolini Domenico; war, Sorice Antonio; marina, De Courten Raffaele; aeronautics, Sandalli Renato; national education, Severi Leonardo; public works, Romano Domenico; agriculture and forests, Brizi Alessandro; industry, trade and work, Piccardi Leopoldo (until November 16, 1943); communications, Amoroso Federico; Italian Africa, Gabba Melchiade; exchanges and currencies, Acanfora Giovanni; popular culture, Rocco Guido (until 13 August 1943), Galli Carlo; war production, Favagrossa Carlo.
After 8 September 1943 the following ministries, whose owners had not been able to reach Brindisi, were governed from 16 September onwards by undersecretaries: internal, Reale Vito; justice, De Sanctis Giuseppe; finance, Jung Guido; war, Orlando Taddeo; national education, Cuomo Giovanni; public works, De Caro Raffaele; agriculture and forests, Siciliani Tommaso; industry, trade and work, Corbino Epicarmo; post offices and telegraphs, Fano Mario.
(11 February 1944-17 April 1944): Head of the government, Badoglio Pietro; esters, ditto; interiors, Reale Vito; finance, Jung Guido; justice, Casati Ettore; war, Orlando Taddeo; marina, De Courten Raffaele; aeronautics, Sandalli Renato; national education, Cuomo Giovanni; public works, De Caro Raffaele; agriculture and forests, Lucifero Falcone; communications, Siciliani Tommaso; industry, trade and work, Corbino Epicarmo.
(22 April-10 June 1944): president, Badoglio Pietro; esters, ditto; without portfolio, Croce Benedetto, Sforza Carlo, Rodinò Giulio, Mancini Pietro, Togliatti Palmiro; interiors, Aldisio Salvatore; grace and justice, Arangio-Ruiz Vincenzo; finance, Quintieri Quinto; war, Orlando Taddeo; marina, De Courten Raffaele; aeronautics, Sandalli Renato; education, Omodeo Adolfo; public works, Tarchiani Alberto; agriculture and forests, Gullo Fausto; communications, Cerabona Franco; industry, trade and work, Di Napoli Attilio.