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The following is a complete list of presidents of Molise. Molise is a region of Southern Italy established in 1970. Prior to then, it was part of the region of Abruzzi e Molise

Prior to the 1995 election, the president was not directly elected, and was routinely a member of the Christian Democracy party (DC), the party which had dominated elections for the Regional Council of Molise (Italian: Consiglio Regionale del Molise) and across Italy since the establishment of the Italian Republic as of the 1946 election.

Elected by the Regional Council (1970–2000)

Name Term of office Political party Legislature
1 Carlo Vitale 1970 1973 DC I (1970)
2 Giustino D'Uva 1973 1975 DC
3 Florindo D'Aimmo 1975 1980 DC II (1975)
1980 1982 III (1980)
(2) Giustino D'Uva 1982 1984 DC
4 Ulderico Adolfo Calogiovanni 1984 1985 DC
5 Paolo Nuvoli 1985 1988 DC IV (1985)
6 Fernando Di Laura Frattura 1988 1990 DC
7 Enrico Santoro 1990 1992 DC V (1990)
8 Luigi Di Bartolomeo 1992 1994 DC
9 Giovanni Di Giandomenico 1994 1995 DC
10 Marcello Veneziale
(b. 1941)
7 June
1995
20 November
1998[a]
PDS VI
(1995)
11 Angelo Michele Iorio
(b. 1948)
20 November
1998
11 May
1999[b]
FI
(10) Marcello Veneziale
(b. 1941)
11 May
1999
20 May
2000
DS

Directly-elected presidents (since 2000)

President Term of office Party Legislature
12
Giovanni Di Stasi
(b. 1950)
20 May
2000
21 November
2001[c]
DS VII
(2000)
(11)
Angelo Michele Iorio
(b. 1948)
21 November
2001
30 November
2006
FI
PdL
VIII
(2001)
30 November
2006
15 November
2011
IX
(2006)
15 November
2011
18 March
2013[d]
X
(2011)
13
Paolo Di Laura Frattura
(b. 1962)
18 March
2013
8 May
2018
PD XI
(2013)
14
Donato Toma
(b. 1957)
8 May
2018
In office FI XII
(2018)
Notes
  1. ^ Resigned after losing the majority in the Regional Council, which then elected the leader of the opposition Angelo Michele Iorio (FI) as the new President.
  2. ^ Resigned after losing the majority in the Regional Council, which then re-elected the former President Marcello Veneziale to the office.
  3. ^ In 2001 the Administrative Regional Court (Tribunale Amministrativo Regionale or TAR) found some irregularities in the previous year regional election and ordered a recall election.
  4. ^ In 2012 the Administrative Regional Court (Tribunale Amministrativo Regionale or TAR) found some irregularities in the 2011 regional election and ordered a recall election.