Franciscus Cossiga

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Nativitas: 26 Iulii 1928; Sassaris
Obitus: 17 Augusti 2010; Roma
Patria: Italia, Regnum Italiae
Nomen nativum: Francesco Cossiga

Officium

Officium: Duces Rei Publicae Italicae, Praeses Consilii ministrorum Reipublicae Italicae, Italian senator for life, member of the Italian Senate, Socius Camerae Deputatorum Rei Publicae Italianae, Substitute President of Italy, Italian Minister of the Interior, Italian Minister of the Interior, Italian Minister of the Interior, Praeses Consilii ministrorum Reipublicae Italicae, Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Q55200191, Socius Camerae Deputatorum Rei Publicae Italianae, Socius Camerae Deputatorum Rei Publicae Italianae, Socius Camerae Deputatorum Rei Publicae Italianae, Socius Camerae Deputatorum Rei Publicae Italianae, Socius Camerae Deputatorum Rei Publicae Italianae
Munus: politicus

Consociatio

Familia

Coniunx: Giuseppa Sigurani
Proles: Giuseppe Cossiga

Memoria

Laurae: Crux magna Legionis Honoris, Grand Cross of the Order of the Oak Crown, Grand Cross of the Order of the Bath, Grand Order of King Tomislav, magna crux insignis meriti Reipublicae Foederatae Germaniae, Knight Grand Cross of the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic, Knight Grand Cross of the Order of St Michael and St George, Grand Cross of the Order of Orange-Nassau, Grand Cross of the Order of the Dannebrog, Grand Collar of the Order of Prince Henry, Grand Collar of the Order of the Southern Cross, Commander with Star of the Order of Polonia Restituta, Lagun Onari, Order of Freedom of the Republic of Slovenia, Grand Cross Special Class of the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany, Knight Grand Cross with Collar of the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic, Grand Cross of the Order of Merit of the Republic of Poland, Bailiff Grand Cross of the Order of Saint John, Order of the Flag of the People's Republic of Hungary, Ordo Regius Seraphinorum, Order of Merit, Order of the Liberator, Order of Merit for Labour, Order of al-Hussein bin Ali, Order of Sikatuna, Order of the 7th November 1987, Order of Independence, Q109972788, honorary doctorate of the University of Navarre

Franciscus Cossiga[1] (natus Sassare die 26 Iulii 1928; Romae die 17 Augusti 2010 obiit) fuit vir publicus Italicus et fuit negotiorum internorum minister, praeses Consilii Ministrorum Italiae et Praeses rei publicae Italiae ab anno 1985 usque ad annum 1992, et senator ad vitam rei publicae Italiae.

Administrationes quibus Franciscus Cossiga praefuit[recensere | fontem recensere]

Nota[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Eius nomen gentile solet ita enuntiari ut accentus sit in vocali -i- (Cossìga). Constat tamen rectam et primigeniam pronuntiationem esse Còssiga, i.e. accentum in -o- ponendum esse. Quod verbum (Còssiga) idem significat (Sarde) quod Corsica. Videtur igitur eius gens ex illa insula oriunda esse. Cfr http://www.dizionario.rai.it/poplemma.aspx?lid=75285&r=424.
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