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Polarities In Italian Politics

Monday, August 24th, 2009

“La Mortadella” is the nickname for Romano Prodi. Named after a bland, pink sausage that he represents because of his boring lifestyle. Prime Minister Romanda Prodi shunned limos and took the train instead. Rules and red tape are his legacy. Compare this to Silvio Berlusconi a flashy Prime Minister who travelled in style by chauffeur, or in his private jet. Corruption is his trademark. These differences in Prime Ministers reflects the polarity of Italian politics in general.
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The Never Ending Problems In Italian Politics

Monday, August 24th, 2009

A minor majority led to the victory of the center left in Italian politics. Although this is a problem for Italian politics it is not the only reason for the political difficulties Italy experiences.
The way that Italian politics is structured is why problems run deeply throughout the political sphere. Italian politics is constantly changing both socially and politically. Political reforms might have the desired effect, but this is a crisis that will not be solved easily.
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A Guide To Italian Politics That Anyone Can Understand

Monday, August 24th, 2009

Politics can be confusing especially when it involves a country you are not familiar with. Italian politics can be explained in a simple manner. There are two major parties the center right and center left. These parties are constantly fighting each other. There are also struggles within the individual parties themselves. The Italian people can discuss politics endlessly, and the general consensus is that neither party can achieve anything meaningful. Politicians are seen as being dishonest and self serving.
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Political Parties In Italian Politics

Monday, August 24th, 2009

Italian politics involves many political parties that represent different ideals. The parties in today’s Italian politics are the result of a political transformation in the 1990’s. Scandal, investigations, and changes in Italian political policy created many changes. Some parties disbanded and new ones emerged. Support for some parties decreased while others became popular with the Italian people. After party separations and mergers two parties now dominate Italian politics representing the polarities of center left and center right.
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Introduction To Italian Politics

Monday, August 24th, 2009

Italian politics is a democracy that consists of multiple parties elected into positions in parliament. Legislation is in the power of two houses of parliament, and council of ministers. The birth of Italian politics began when the monarchy was eliminated by a referendum in 1948. At that time the King of Italy was replaced with a President. The President is elected and serves a seven year term. He in turn appoints the council of ministers and Prime Minister.
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