Italian Politics Today
Manchester University Press, 15 okt. 1998 - 199 pagina's
This book is a clear and accessible guide to the labyrinth of Italian politics and the social forces that shape them. Following the "sweet revolution" that swept away the political class that had dominated politics in Italy since the last war, Hilary Partridge provides a much needed analysis and update on the tumultuous events of the 1990s. Topics covered in the book include the legacy of the Risorgimento, the liberal era and fascism; Italian constitutional arrangements and the ongoing debate over their reform; the Christian Democratic "regime" and the long-standing exclusion from power of the major party of opposition; clientalism and corruption; right wing conspiracies, terrorism and the Mafia; economic, social and political rights; the collapse of the traditional parties and the reshaping of the party system.
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The constitution and institutional arrangements
The regime of the parties
State citizens and welfare
Terrorism organised crime and corruption
Italy in the 1990s
Italy in the world
Postwar Prime Ministers and governing
administration alliance anti-Fascist benefits Berlusconi government Bettino Craxi bicameral cabinet Carlo Azeglio Ciampi Catholic cent central centralised centre centre-left CGIL Chamber of Deputies Church collapse Communism Communist Refoundation corruption Craxi democracy democratic devolution domination early economic elections electoral reform electoral rules emerged Emilia-Romagna employees especially establishment Europe European faction Fascism favour Fininvest forces Forza Italia Giuliano Amato governing coalition important increased increasingly industrial institutions Italian politics Italiano Italian Italy Italy's judiciary labour leader leadership legislation liberal Mafia magistrates major ment movement Mussolini negotiated Northern League organisation parliament parliamentary participation particracy Partito party system PCI's pensions politicians post-war period President Prime Minister protection public sector referendum regime regional assemblies Republic Republic of Salo right-wing role Second World Silvio Berlusconi social Socialist strategy tion trade unions traditional parties unification vote wages welfare workers