Political scenario in Italy

May 5th, 2010

The structure of Italian politics is somewhat similar to the one in India. There are two political parties who contest each other in the elections and the head of the winning party is sworn in as prime minister by the president who also selects the council of ministers. Each party serves a seven year term and hence Italian politics can be termed as a democracy.
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Polarity Structure

April 7th, 2010

From Prime Minister Romanda Prodi to Silvio Berlusconi, Italian politics is very polar. Romanda Prodi living a more simple life and Silvio Berlusconi living an equally lavish and controversial lifestyle. Italian Politics is infested with corruption and the controversial nature of the current Prime Minister further darkens the face of Italian Politics. Italian politics is constantly changing socially. Although reforms have had a healthy effect, this instability is a cause of worry.
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Politics in Italy

March 23rd, 2010

Italian politics was born in 1948 when monarchy was waived off by a referendum. Politics is democratic with numerous parties elected into different positions in parliament. Two houses of parliament along with a Council of Ministers control the legislation. The president is appointed for seven year terms and subsequently appoints the Council of ministers and the Prime Minister. Italian Politics consists of several parties with different ideologies. But there are two major parties- the center right and center left.
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February 1st, 2010

Italian government is the collaboration of multiple parties who join hands for a successful leadership. 1990’s transformation of politics has lead to this reform where parties of varied ideals and views join hands for a common government. Evolution has been a pattern of Italian politics, vanishing of old parties has given way to the creation of new ones. This evolution has just left Italian politics with two majors center right and center left over the other less famous parties.
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January 13th, 2010

The Italian Parliament consists of many parties which are elected by a democratic public and are placed into varied position with the parliament. The legislation is handled by a council of ministers accompanied by the two houses. 1948, left a mark in Italian politics with the waver of monarchy by a referendum. That was the time when Italy was no longer governed by the king rather a president was elected and further he appointed a group of ministers lead by the prime minister.
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Territorial Politics in France and Italy

October 26th, 2009

Two regions, Sesto San Giovanni, located near Milan, and Vynissieux, a short distance from Lyon, were until recently seen as communist and working class areas. This was due to the heavy industry and numerous high powered trade unions. In recent times both areas have become significantly less industrial and have met with a deep social change. It is speculated that recent strong political changes happening in both areas had a strong impact on the social and industrial climates.
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Showmanship Is Alive In Italian Politics

October 12th, 2009

Yesterday, an opinion poll In Italy suggested that Italy’s next election could be won by an ally of Silvio Berlusconi, the Northern League, manned by Umberto Bossi. Berlusconi made his mark, and his money, as a property speculator in Milan before rising with Bettino Craxi’s socialist party and using his new found connections to create a series of successful television stations. His business is now drowning in debt and this casts suspicions onto his reasons behind entering the political field.
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Italian Politics Are No Joke

September 26th, 2009

The Italians are seen in many ways, largely thanks to stereotyping. There is a joke that claims Italians change their government as often as they change their socks. Italian made appliances, while beautiful, are prone to breaking easily and to have them repaired will often cost more than your original purchase price. American politicians will work themselves up over what Michelle Obama is dressed in, while in Italy Silvio Berlusconi’s wife is going public about his alleged romps with an 18 year old girl.
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Polarities In Italian Politics

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

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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