Type
Article
Titre
Italy
Dans
European Journal of Political Research
Éditeur
GB : Blackwell Publishing
Volume
56
Numéro
1
Pages
151 - 158 p.
ISSN
03044130
DOI
10.1111/2047-8852.12163
Mots clés
Matteo Renzi, Italian politics, Reforms
Résumé
EN
The year 2016 marked the end of Matteo Renzi's government, whose agenda of policy and constitutional reforms faced increasing opposition both in parliament and his own party. Italian politics were characterised by two national referendums, elections in major local administrations, and the recognition of same‐sex unions by the parliament. Political debate was dominated by disputes over the electoral and constitutional reform, the crisis of the Italian banking system, immigration and measures to support citizens affected by earthquakes.[First paragraph]

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