Italian order of precedence


Italian order of precedence

The Italian order of precedence is fixed partly by Royal Decree no. 2210 of December 16, 1927 and partly by the praxis. It's a hierarchy of officials in the Italian Republic used to direct protocol.

#The President of the Republic (Giorgio Napolitano)
#The President of the Senate of the Republic (Renato Schifani)
#The President of the Chamber of Deputies (Gianfranco Fini)
#The President of the Council of Ministers (Silvio Berlusconi)
#The President of the Constitutional Court (Franco Bile)
#Former Presidents of the Republic, in order of appointment (Francesco Cossiga, Oscar Luigi Scalfaro, Carlo Azeglio Ciampi)
#Vice Presidents of the Senate of the Republic
#Vice Presidents of the Chamber of Deputies
#The Vice President of the Council of Ministers
#The Vice President of the Constitutional Court (Giovanni Maria Flick)
#Ministers of the Republic
#Justices of the Constitutional Court
#The Vice President of the Consiglio Superiore della Magistratura ( body of selfgoverment of the judicial system, its president 'de jure' being the President of the Republic ) (Nicola Mancino)
#The President of the National Council of Economy and Labour (Antonio Marzano)
#Deputy Ministers of the Republic
#"Questori" Senators and Deputies, in order of seniority
#Presidents of Parliamentary Commissions
#Presidents of "Giunte Regionali", or Governors of Regions
#The First President of the Supreme Court of Cassation (Nicola Marvulli)
#The President of the Council of State
#The President of the Court of Accounts
#The Governor of the Central Bank of Italy (Mario Draghi)
#The General Prosecutor of the Cassazione (Mario Delli Priscoli)
#The Attorney General of the Republic (Oscar Fiumara)
#The Chief of the Defence Staff (Adm. Giampaolo di Paola)
#Senators and Deputies, in order of appointment
#The President of the Accademia dei Lincei (Giovanni Conso)
#The President of the National Research Council (Fabio Pistella)
#The President of the Supreme Tribunal of the Waters
#The Vice President of the Council of Military Courts
#The Vice President of the High Council of Courts
#The Presidents of the Autonomous Provinces of Trento and Bolzano-Bozen
#The Deputy President of the Supreme Court of Cassation
#Mayors, in their cities
#Prefects, in their cities
#Presidents and General Prosecutors of the Court of Appeals
#Presidents of Provinces, in their cities
#The Chief of the Army Staff (Gen. Filiberto Cecchi)
#The Chief of the Navy Staff (Adm. Paolo La Rosa)
#The Chief of the Air Staff (Gen. Vincenzo Camporini)
#The President of the Permanent conference of Rectors
#Ambassadors, in order of establishment of diplomatic relations with their countries

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