Province of Monza and Brianza
The province of Monza and Brianza was officially created on May 12th, 2004 by approval of the Sénat. It results from the scission of the Province of Milan. The North-eastern part was detached from it (town of Monza and area of the Brianza). The capital is Monza.
The law (n° 146) was signed on June 11th, 2004 by the president of the Republic, Carlo Azeglio Ciampi.
The Minister of Interior Department named a police chief of government charged to manage the province until the first elections of the President and the Council, envisaged in 2009.
The establishment of the new province was promulgated with the Official journal of the Italian Republic under number 138 of June 15th, 2004 under the denomination " Istituzione beyond provincia di Monza E della Brianza".
The law indicates that the capital of the province is Monza. Until the date of the elections for the new province, the authorities of the Province of Milan continue to exert their functions on the totality of the districts by complying with the existing rules before the date of coming into effect of this law.
December 9th, 2004, Luigi Piscopo was appointed Government Commissioner for the new province. Its nomination was signed by the Minister of Interior Department Giuseppe Pisanu. Luigi Piscopo was invested in its functions on December 13rd, 2004.
In January 2005, the Minister of Interior Department has defines the electoral constituencies of the province.
- Common of the province of Monza and Brianza
On the Fabric
- Parlamento Italiano - Law creating the province
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