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The adventures of "no government". Crisis of political decision-making and executive power between the "First" and "Second" Italian republic: some interpretative hypotheses
Journal Title: VENTUNESIMO SECOLO 
Author/s: Marco Gervasoni 
Year:  2016 Issue: 39 Language: Italian 
Pages:  17 Pg. 10-26 FullText PDF:  199 KB
DOI:  10.3280/XXI2016-039002
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The essay points out the transformation of the powers of the presidency of the republic and those of the prime minister in relation to the crisis of governability begun in the Seventies. The basic hypothesis is that the main legacy of the 1980s, the principle of charismatic leadership, working in political power relations and in election campaigns, has remained very weak when the leader became prime minister, because of missed institutional reforms that ought to have accompanied the transition between first and second republic.
Keywords: Presidency of the Italian republic; Italian presidency of the Council of ministers; Leadership; Collapse of the Italian "First" Republic; Italian "Second" republic.

Marco Gervasoni, The adventures of "no government". Crisis of political decision-making and executive power between the "First" and "Second" Italian republic: some interpretative hypotheses in "VENTUNESIMO SECOLO" 39/2016, pp. 10-26, DOI:10.3280/XXI2016-039002

   

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