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Italian Crisis Region Sicily Elects New Government Paradise Looted How Sicily Became Ungovernable Italy's poorest region, Sicily, is the country's problem child
- Italian Crisis Region Sicily Elects New Government | Anti . . .
Sicily seems wealthy, and yet is falling further and further behind, not just in comparison with industrialized northern Italy, but with the rest of the Mezzogiorno The partially autonomous island, which was part of the “Magna Grecia” in ancient times, is now viewed as “Italy’s Greece,” the nation’s problem child
- Italian Crisis Region Sicily Elects New Government - NEWS . . .
Sicily’s special status in debt-ridden Italy is a constitutionally watertight encouragement to do nothing Politician Genovese, who denies all allegations, is currently facing new charges of having developed a Mafia-like system in his hometown of Messina, where minor public contracts were traded for votes
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Italy Elects President, While Mulling a Change in Role Piersanti, who was the governor of the Sicily region, was killed by the Mafia in 1980 Italy Elects President, While Mulling a
- Sicily elects new regional president - World Socialist Web . . .
Sicily elects new regional president By Marianne Arens 22 November 2012 The newly elected regional president of Sicily took office in the Norman Palace in Palermo on November 12
- Italy: Government in Italy, President, parliament . . .
Government in Italy President, parliament, political parties and elections Ministerial appointments are negotiated by the parties constituting the government majority and each new government must receive a vote of confidence in both houses of parliament within ten days of its appointment Sardinia, Sicily, Trentino-Alto Adige and Val d
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Italian President Sergio Mattarella asked Foreign Minister Paolo Gentiloni on Sunday to try to form a new government, giving him a mandate to lead Italy out of a political crisis caused by the
- Politics of Sicily - Wikipedia
The Politics of Sicily, Italy takes place in a framework of a semi-presidential representative democracy, whereby the President of Regional Government is the head of government, and of a pluriform multi-party system Executive power is exercised by the Regional Government Legislative power is vested in both the government and the Sicilian Regional Assembly