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The Re-election of President of the Republic Sergio Mattarella and the Challenges for the Italian Form of Government

–Giorgio Grasso, Full Professor of Constitutional Law, University of Insubria (Italy) On 29 January, Parliament in joint session, made up of regional delegates, re-elected Sergio Mattarella as President of the Italian Republic. Following on from President Giorgio Napolitano in 2013, for the second time in Italian constitutional history a President of the Republic has been

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Published on February 17, 2022
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Book Review: Eleonora Bottini on “Italian Populism and Constitutional Law. Strategies, Conflicts and Dilemmas” (Giacomo Delledonne, Giuseppe Martinico, Matteo Monti, Fabio Pacini, eds.)

[Editor’s Note: In this installment of I•CONnect’s Book Review Series, Eleonora Bottini reviews Giacomo Delledonne, Giuseppe Martinico, Matteo Monti, Fabio Pacini’s book on “Italian Populism and Constitutional Law. Strategies, Conflicts and Dilemmas” (Palgrave/Macmillan, 2020).] —Eleonora Bottini, Professor of Public Law, University of Caen Normandy (France) In the weeks following the rise to power of the anti-populist

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Published on April 24, 2021
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Venice is not Barcelona: A Less Aggressive Regional Question gets a More Nuanced Constitutional Answer

—Diletta Tega, University of Bologna (Italy) In 2014 it was not only the Catalan and Scottish governments which were involved in claims for independence: the Italian Region of Veneto was also involved. Yet the three cases are very different: in this post, I will try to describe the Veneto case and highlight its peculiarities. In

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Published on July 23, 2015
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