Infobox Government agency
agency_name = Executive Committee for Intelligence and Security Services
nativename = Comitato Esecutivo per i Servizi di Informazione e Sicurezza
logo_width = 175 px
logo_caption = CESIS Logo
24 October 1977
Government of Italy
minister1_pfo = Presidency of the Council of Ministers
Lieutenant General Giuseppe Cucchi
website = [http://www.serviziinformazionesicurezza.gov.it/pdcweb.nsf/pagine/ee_homepage serviziinformazionesicurezza.gov.it]
Comitato Esecutivo per i Servizi di Informazione e Sicurezza (Executive Committee for Intelligence and Security Services) was a government committee whose mission was the coordination of all the intelligence sector, and specifically between the two civilian and military intelligence agencies (respectively,
SISDEand SISMI), with the aim to report all the relevant information collected by it to the political Authorities, represented by the Presidency of the Council of Ministers.
With the reform of the
Italian Intelligence Servicesapproved on 1 August 2007, CESIS was replaced by DIS. [Legislative Act n.124 of 08/03/2007, reported on the Official Gazette of the Italian Republic, General Series, n.187 of 08/13/2007. [http://www.gazzettaufficiale.it/gurifulcrum/dispatcher?service=1&datagu=2007-08-13&task=sommario&numgu=187&tmstp=1189016330697] .it icon]
Since the end of
World War II, Italian intelligence agencieshave been reorganized many times in an attempt to increase their effectiveness and bring them more fully under civilian control.
The committee was established as part of a broader reform of the Italian intelligence community, which represented the latest in a long string of government attempts to effectively manage Italy's intelligence agencies.
* In 1977, with Legislative Act n.801 of 24/10/1977, this came after a former chief of SID,
Vito Miceli, was arrested for "conspiration against the State" (See Golpe Borghese), and the intelligence agencies were reorganized in a democratic attempt. This re-organization mainly consisted of:
** The split of SID, the intelligence agency at that time, into two separate agencies with different roles:
SISDE(the domestic one) and SISMI(the military one).
** The creation of CESIS, with a coordination role between the two intelligence agencies and the Presidency of the Council of Ministers.
** The creation of the Parliamentary Committee,
COPACO, to oversee the activities of the two agencies.
1 August 2007, with Legislative Act n.124 of 08/03/2007, following the reform of the Italian intelligence agencies, SISDE, SISMI and CESIS were replaced respectively by AISI, AISEand DIS [Legislative Act n.124 of 08/03/2007, reported on the Official Gazette of the Italian Republic, General Series, n.187 of 08/13/2007. [http://www.gazzettaufficiale.it/gurifulcrum/dispatcher?service=1&datagu=2007-08-13&task=sommario&numgu=187&tmstp=1189016330697] .it icon] , and the COPACO was granted additional oversight and control powers.
CESIS's first Secretary General was
PrefectGaetano Napoletano, the last one was Lieutenant General Giuseppe Cucchi.
CESIS was a collective body, chaired by the President of Council, and composed of the main political, public security, military and intelligence agency top authorities:
* The President of Council or, by proxy, another government authority.
Secretary Generalof the President of the Council of Ministers' Office.
Secretary Generalof the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Chief of the General Staffof the Italian Defence.
Chief of Police(In Italy, the top authority of the Polizia di Stato).
* The Commanding Generals of the Arma dei Carabinieri and the
Guardia di Finanza(in Italy, the two top authorities of the Arma dei Carabinieri and the Guardia di Finanza).
* The Directors of SISDE and SISMI.
Secretary Generalof CESIS.
The Secretary General of CESIS was not only a member, but, as the chief of General Secretariat of CESIS (see below), he also acted as the Secretary of this body.
The General Secretariat
The General Secretariat, the Office of the Secretary General, was a focal point which, amongst other things:
* Acted as a link interface between the information collected by the two intelligence agencies and the political Authority.
* Acted as a filter interface between the intelligence sector and the other public administration departments.
* Coordinated and directed intelligence agencies' personnel.
* Decided which foreign intelligence and security agencies SISDE and SISMI were allowed to estabilish contacts with.
* Through the UCSI (Central Security Office), a structure located within the General Secretariat of CESIS, it:
** authorized persons and companies to deal with classified information.
** attended to the managements of the State Secrets.
By means of the General Secretariat, the President of Council ensures the unity of political leadership and management of the intelligence agencies.
The Secretary General exerted, by proxy, the role of ANS ("National Security Authority"), peculiar of the President of Council.
The Secretary Generals
* Gaetano Napoletano (1977 - 1978)
* Walter Pelosi (1978 - 1981)
* Orazio Sparano (1981 - 1987)
* Giuseppe Richero (1987 - 1991)
* Francesco Paolo Fulci (1991 - 1993)
* Giuseppe Taormina (1993 - 1994)
* Umberto Pierantoni (1994 - 1996)
* Francesco Berardino (1996 - 2001)
* Fernando Masone (2001 - 2003)
* Emilio del Mese (2003 -
20 November 2006)
* Giuseppe Cucchi (
21 November 2006- 3 August 2007)
* [http://www.serviziinformazionesicurezza.gov.it/pdcweb.nsf/pagine/ee_cesis The Italian Intelligence and Security Services Official Website - CESIS] en icon
* [http://www.serviziinformazionesicurezza.gov.it/pdcweb.nsf/pagine/ee_segreteriacesis The Italian Intelligence and Security Services Official Website - The General Secretariat of CESIS] en icon
* [http://www.serviziinformazionesicurezza.gov.it/pdcweb.nsf/pagine/ee_ucsi The Italian Intelligence and Security Services Official Website - The ANS ("National Security Authority") and UCSI ("Central Security Office")] en icon
* [http://www.serviziinformazionesicurezza.gov.it/pdcweb.nsf/pagine/ee_homepage The Italian Intelligence and Security Services Official Website - Home Page] en icon
* [http://www.serviziinformazionesicurezza.gov.it/pdcweb.nsf/pagine/ee_storia The Italian Intelligence and Security Services Official Website - A Brief History] en icon
Wikimedia Foundation. 2010.
См. также в других словарях:
Cēsis — Cesis redirects here. For other uses, see Cesis (disambiguation). Kies redirects here. For the software by Samsung, see Samsung Kies. Cēsis Town … Wikipedia
Cesis — Cēsis (dt.: Wenden) … Deutsch Wikipedia
Cēsis — Bandera … Wikipedia Español
Cēsis — (dt.: Wenden) … Deutsch Wikipedia
Cesis — Cēsis Cēsis Pays Lettonie Rajons Cēsis … Wikipédia en Français
Cēsis — Administration Pays … Wikipédia en Français
CESIS — sigla Comitato Esecutivo per i Servizi di Informazione e di Sicurezza … Dizionario italiano
Cesis — Original name in latin Csis Name in other language CESIS, Cesis, Cesys, Csis, Csys, Tsesis, Venden, Wenden, tsuCesiseshisu, ЦЕСИС, Цесис State code LV Continent/City Europe/Riga longitude 57.31188 latitude 25.27456 altitude 102 Population 18198… … Cities with a population over 1000 database
Cēsis — ▪ Latvia German Wenden, Russian Tsesis, city and district centre, Latvia, situated on the Gauja River at the foot of the Vidzeme (Livonia) highlands, 55 miles (90 km) northeast of the city of Riga. It is an old city, first mentioned in … Universalium
CESİS(E) — Hurma ağacının yeni çıkan budağı. (Fesîl ün nahl derler … Yeni Lügat Türkçe Sözlük