Giuseppe Saragat

Giuseppe Saragat
Giuseppe Saragat
5th President of Italy
In office
29 December 1964 – 29 December 1971
Prime Minister Aldo Moro
Giovanni Leone
Mariano Rumor
Emilio Colombo
Preceded by Antonio Segni
Succeeded by Giovanni Leone
President of the Costituent Assembly
In office
25 June 1946 – 6 February 1947
Preceded by Carlo Sforza
Succeeded by Umberto Terracini
Lifetime Senator
In office
29 December 1971 – 11 June 1988
Constituency Former President
Personal details
Born 19 September 1898(1898-09-19)
Turin, Italy
Died 11 June 1988(1988-06-11) (aged 89)
Rome, Italy
Nationality Italian
Political party Democratic Socialist Party
Spouse(s) Giuseppina Bollani
Religion Roman Catholicism

Giuseppe Saragat (Italian pronunciation: [ʤu'zɛppe ˈsaːraɡat]; 19 September 1898 – 11 June 1988) was an Italian politician who was the fifth President of the Italian Republic from 1964 to 1971.

Saragat was born in Turin, from Sardinian parents.

He was a reformist socialist, who split from the Italian Socialist Party in 1947, out of concern over its close (at the time) alliance with the Communists, to found the Italian Socialist Workers' Party, which would soon become the Italian Democratic Socialist Party. He was to be the latter's paramount leader for the rest of his life.

Saragat was the foreign minister of Italy from 1963 to 1964, and the President of the Italian Republic from 1964. Its election was the result of one of the rare cases of unity of Italian left, threatened by rumors of a possible neo-fascist coup during Antonio Segni's presidency.

He died in Rome on 11 June 1988.

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