List of mayors of Reggio Calabria

This is a list of mayors of Reggio Calabria.

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Mayors of the 19th and early 20th century

Name Title From To Party
Pietro Foti sindaco 1889 democratico
Domenico Tripepi sindaco  ?1896? libreral-conservatore
Giuseppe De Nava sindaco moderato appoggiato dai cattolici
Biagio Camagna sindaco giolittiano
(Pasquale?) Andiloro sindaco
Giuseppe Valentino sindaco 1916 1923

Podestà during the Fascist period

Mayor From To
Giuseppe Genoese Zerbi 1926 1930
Pasquale Muritano 1930 1934
Francesco Giunta 1934 1943
Michele Barbaro 1943 1943

Mayors (Sindaci) of Reggio Calabria

Mayor From To Party
Antonio Priolo 3 September 1943 27 December 1943 socialista appointed by the Liberation Forces
Diego Andiloro 8 January 1944 20 May 1946 socialista appointed by the prefect
Nicola Siles 2 May 1946 25 February 1947 Democrazia Cristiana
Giuseppe Romeo 2 April 1947 27 May 1956 Democrazia Cristiana
Domenico Spoleti 29 July 1956 8 January 1958 Democrazia Cristiana
Vittorio Barone Adesi 25 February 1958 4 June 1959 Democrazia Cristiana
Giuseppe Quattrone 5 January 1961 16 December 1963 Democrazia Cristiana
Domenico Mannino 16 December 1963 2 March 1965 Democrazia Cristiana
Vittorio Barone Adesi 14 March 1965 12 March 1966 Democrazia Cristiana
Pietro Battaglia 28 March 1966 18 November 1971 Democrazia Cristiana
Fortunato Licandro 25 November 1971 20 August 1975 Democrazia Cristiana
Luigi Aliquò 18 September 1975 20 May 1977 Democrazia Cristiana
Domenico Cozzupoli 21 May 1977 10 June 1980 Democrazia Cristiana
Oreste Granillo 28 November 1980 22 November 1982 Democrazia Cristiana
Domenico Cozzupoli 11 November 1982 18 February 1983 Democrazia Cristiana
Michele Musolino 8 August 1983 29 August 1983 Partito Socialista Italiano
Giovanni Palamara 15 February 1984 8 September 1985 Partito Socialista Italiano
Francesco Giuseppe Mallamo 9 September 1985 14 September 1987 Democrazia Cristiana
Michele Musolino 15 September 1987 4 July 1988 independent
Luigi Aliquò 15 July 1988 1 September 1989 Democrazia Cristiana
Pietro Battaglia 2 September 1989 29 February 1990 Democrazia Cristiana
Agatino Licandro 3 March 1990 4 July 1992 Democrazia Cristiana
Francesco Gangemi 7 July 1992 31 July 1992 Democrazia Cristiana
Giuseppe Reale 17 March 1993 18 November 1993 Democrazia Cristiana
Italo Falcomatà 23 November 1993 11 December 2001 Democratici di Sinistra
Demetrio Naccari Carlizzi 12 December 2001 30 May 2002 La Margherita
Giuseppe Scopelliti 1 June 2002 incumbent Alleanza Nazionale

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