Prensa Why the Italian left is always divided?

The Italian left will assist again to the general elections with the division as a common note. Before the appointment scheduled for March 4th, and at a time where the coalition seems to be really necessary due to the new electoral law that rewards coalitions over parties, the favoritisms, the confrontations and the lack of agreement on fundamental points suggest that there will be no joint candidacy. This report goes through the history of the division and succession of defeats in which the Italian left lives since the end of the PCI.

Prensa Italy, on the way to new general elections

The Italian President has just put an end to the XVIII legislative term and the country finds itself now before a new political dilemma in which everything is possible. Two months before the elections, the situation seems in favor of the center right coalition, not officially presented as such yet, although the Movement Cinque Stelle holds around the 30% of support. Nevertheless, the favorite option in Europe would be the to reissue the pact between Partido Democratico and Forza Italia.

Prensa Italia: el Tribunal Constitucional y la reforma electoral

Con la sentencia del pasado mes de febrero, el TC italiano declaraba inconstitucional algunas disposiciones de su sistema electoral. A pesar de que en 2014 declaró que no está entre sus funciones evaluar la pertinencia o la eficacia de las leyes electorales, es evidente que ha jugado un papel de creciente importancia en la definición de las coordenadas del debate electoral de los últimos años. 

Prensa Connection between the 'no' to the italian constitutional reform and the lack of leadership in Europe  

In a situation in which a problem of leaderships exists in almost all European countries, Italy is not an exception. Those who voted 'no' have said that they do not want inadequate rulers to manipulate the Italian Constitution. 

Prensa The answer to poorly done and plebiscitary reforms is 'no'

In a situation in which a problem of leaderships exists in almost all European countries, Italy is not an exception. Those who voted 'no' have said that they do not want inadequate rulers to manipulate the Italian Constitution.

Prensa Why the Italian left is always divided?

01.26.2018. The Italian left will assist again to the general elections with the division as a common note. Before the appointment scheduled for March 4th, and at a time where the coalition seems to be really necessary due to the new electoral law that rewards coalitions over parties, the favoritisms, the confrontations and the lack of agreement on fundamental points suggest that there will be no joint candidacy. This report goes through the history of the division and succession of defeats in which the Italian left lives since the end of the PCI.

Prensa Italy, on the way to new general elections

01.03.2018. The Italian President has just put an end to the XVIII legislative term and the country finds itself now before a new political dilemma in which everything is possible. Two months before the elections, the situation seems in favor of the center right coalition, not officially presented as such yet, although the Movement Cinque Stelle holds around the 30% of support. Nevertheless, the favorite option in Europe would be the to reissue the pact between Partido Democratico and Forza Italia.

Prensa Italia: el Tribunal Constitucional y la reforma electoral

03.10.2017. Con la sentencia del pasado mes de febrero, el TC italiano declaraba inconstitucional algunas disposiciones de su sistema electoral. A pesar de que en 2014 declaró que no está entre sus funciones evaluar la pertinencia o la eficacia de las leyes electorales, es evidente que ha jugado un papel de creciente importancia en la definición de las coordenadas del debate electoral de los últimos años. 

Prensa Connection between the 'no' to the italian constitutional reform and the lack of leadership in Europe  

02.09.2017. In a situation in which a problem of leaderships exists in almost all European countries, Italy is not an exception. Those who voted 'no' have said that they do not want inadequate rulers to manipulate the Italian Constitution. 

Prensa The answer to poorly done and plebiscitary reforms is 'no'

02.08.2017. In a situation in which a problem of leaderships exists in almost all European countries, Italy is not an exception. Those who voted 'no' have said that they do not want inadequate rulers to manipulate the Italian Constitution.