Antonio Segni,President Republic of Italy to-4

Antonio Segni
Antonio Segni

Antonio Segni (born in Sassari, Italy, February 2, 1891 - died in Rome, Italy, December 1, 1972 at age 81 years) is an Italian politician who has served as President Republic of Italy in the period 1962-1964.
Segni was born in Sassari (Sardinia). He served Italian Prime Minister for two terms (1955-1957, 1959-1960). Later, he was elected President Republic of Italy on May 6, 1962 (854:443 votes). He resigned from office on December 6, 1964 after suffering a paralytic attack. He is a professor of law at the University of Sassari.
Segni was the father of Mario Segni, better known as Mariotto. On his tenure as president, he was accused of attempting a coup with General Giovanni De Lorenzo.

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