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Italian government official

Guiliano Amato, Former Italian government official.


Amato, Guiliano was born on May 13, 1938 in Turin, Italy.


Bachelor of Laws, University Pisa, Italy, 1960. Master in Comparative Constitutional Law, Columbia University, 1963.


Assistant professor Italian and comparative constitutional law University Rome, 1964-1969. Head legislation office Ministry Budget and Economic Programming, Rome, 1967-1968, 73-74. Professor constitutional law University Perugia, Italy, 1970-1974.

Professor law University Florence, Italy, 1974-1975. Professor University Rome, since 1975. Member of Parliament Rome, since 1983.

Under secretary state to president Council Ministers, 1983-1987, vice president, 1987-1988. Minister treasury, 1987-1988, 89-92. Prime minister, president Council Ministers, 1992-1993.

Minister treasury and budget, from 1999. Prime minister Government of Italy, 2000—2001. Chairman Commission for Reorganization of Presidency of Council Ministers, 1979, Commission for Reform of Public Industry, 1980.

National deputy secretary Italian Socialist Party, 1988-1992.


Married; 2 children.