Aldo Moro 38th Prime Minister of Italy In office 23 November 1974 – 29 July 1976 President Giovanni Leone Deputy Ugo La Malfa Preceded by Mariano Rumor Succeeded by Giulio Andreotti In office 4 December 1963 – 24 June 1968 President Antonio Segni Giuseppe Saragat Deputy Pietro Nenni Preceded by Giovanni Leone Succeeded by Giovanni Leone Minister of Foreign Affairs In office 7 July 1973 – 23 November 1974 Prime Minister Mariano Rumor Preceded by Giuseppe Medici Succeeded by Mariano Rumor In office 5 May 1969 – 29 July 1972 Prime Minister Mariano Rumor Emilio Colombo Giulio Andreotti Preceded by Pietro Nenni Succeeded by Giuseppe Medici In office 30 December 1965 – 28 February 1966 Acting Preceded by Amintore Fanfani Succeeded by Amintore Fanfani In office 28 December 1964 – 5 March 1965 Acting Preceded by Giuseppe Saragat Succeeded by Amintore Fanfani Minister of Public Education In office 19 May 1957 – 15 February 1959 Prime Minister Adone Zoli Amintore Fanfani Preceded by Paolo Rossi Succeeded by Giuseppe Medici Minister of Justice In office 6 July 1955 – 15 May 1957 Prime Minister Antonio Segni Preceded by Michele De Pietro Succeeded by Guido Gonella Personal details Born Aldo Romeo Luigi Moro23 September 1916Maglie, Apulia, Kingdom of Italy Died 9 May 1978 (aged 61)Rome, Lazio, Italy Cause of death Assassination Nationality Italian Political party Christian Democracy Spouse(s) Eleonora Chiavarelli (m. 1945–78); his death Children 4 Alma mater University of Bari Signature Aldo Romeo Luigi Moro (Italian pronunciation: [ˈaldo ˈmɔːro]; 23 September 1916 – 9 May 1978) was an Italian statesman and a prominent member of the Christian Democracy party. He served as 38th Prime Minister of Italy, from 1963 to 1968, and then from 1974 to 1976. He was one of Italy's longest-serving post-war Prime Ministers, holding power for a combined total of more than six years; due to his accommodation with the Communist leader Enrico Berlinguer, known as Historic Compromise, Moro is widely considered one of the most prominent fathers of the Italian centre-left and one of the greatest and most popular leaders in the history of the Italian Republic. A
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