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Current italian government?
Japan has a parliamentary government with a constitutional monarchy.
an absolute monarchy
Prince Albert II
Germany is a democratic federal republic.
The head of the government is the prime minister Jóhanna Sigurðardóttir.
Mussolini's black shirts and secret police informed on everyone and enforced his rule. Opponents were often arrested, or pubilcly humiliated as examples to scare others in…to line A very point to make here on this question is the fact that Mussolini ran a dictatorship government. He rose to power to become the first fascist country. That being said, it's clear as the first contributor said, he was able to control all opposition.
The euro is the current Italian currency. Italy is a member of the European Union. Use of the euro isn't a requirement of EU membership. For example, Sweden is an EU member …that doesn't use the euro. Italy is an example of an EU member that does.
A parliamentary republic is Portugal's current type of government. Through that form of government, Portugal has a President as the head of state. There's a Prime Minister a…s the head of government. There's a two-chamber parliament as the national legislative body.
First Minister Alex Salmond
The current Prime Minister of Japan is Taro Aso
France is nowadays governed by Nicolas SARKOZY, who is the president of France. He governs the country with his Chiefs of State and Cabinet Members.
A parliamentary democracy. Israel's Current government is a parliamentary democracy, headed by a coalition in the Israeli Parliament (The Knesset), the head of the Government …is the Prime Minster while the head of State is the President. Israel's Prime Minster is Benjamin "Bibi" Netanyahu of the Likud Party while the President is Shimon Peres of the Kadima party. The Governing coalition in the Knesset is made up of six political parties: Likud (27 seats in the Knesset): Liberal conservatism, Revisionist Zionism Yisrael Beiteinu(15 seats): Nationalism, Secularism, Economic liberalism, Russian-speakers' interests, Revisionist Zionism Shas(11 seats): Yalkut Yosef, Sephardic and Mizrahi Haredi Judaism,Populism, Religious conservatism Independence(5 seats): Centrism, Zionism United Torah Judaism(5 seats): Torah, Halacha The Jewish Home(3 seats): Religious Zionism, Modern Orthodox Judaism there are 8 Opposition parties: Kadima(28 seats): Centrism, Liberalism, Zionism Labor Party(8 seats): Social democracy, Third Way, Labor Zionism Hadash(4 seats): Communism, Socialism, Israeli Arab interest, Arab-Jewish partnership National Union(4 seats): Hardalism, Halakha, Land of Israel, Nationalism, Fiscal conservatism, Mixed economy, Conflict management United Arab List(3 seats): Israeli Arab interest, Islamism Ta'al(1 seat): Israeli Arab interest New Movement - Meretz(3 seats): Social democracy, Secularism, Peace activism, Green politics, Labor Zionism Balad(3 seats): Arab nationalism, democratic socialism The Cabinet of Israel has 30 members Prime Minister: Benjamin Netanyahu (Likud) Vice Prime Minister: Silvan Shalom (Likud) Vice Prime Minister: Moshe Ya'alon (Likud) Deputy Prime Minister: Ehud Barak (Independence) Deputy Prime Minister: Avigdor Lieberman (Yisrael Beitenu) Deputy Prime Minister: Dan Meridor (Likud) Deputy Prime Minister: Eli Yishai (Shas) Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development: Orit Noked (Independence) Minister of Communications: Moshe Kahlon (Likud) Minister of Culture and Sport: Limor Livnat (Likud) Minister of Defense: Ehud Barak (Independence) Minister of the Development of the Negev and Galilee: Silvan Shalom (Likud) Minister of Economic Strategy: Benjamin Netanyahu (Likud) Minister of Education: Gideon Sa'ar (Likud) Minister of Environmental Protection: Gilad Erdan (Likud) Minister of Finance: Yuval Steinitz (Likud) Minister of Foreign Affairs: Avigdor Lieberman (Yisrael Beitenu) Minister of Health: Benjamin Netanyahu (Likud) Minister for Home Front Defense: Matan Vilnai (Independence) Minister of Housing and Construction: Ariel Atias (Shas) Minister of Immigrant Absorption: Sofa Landver (Yisrael Beitenu) Minister of Improvement of Government Services: Michael Eitan (Likud) Minister of Industry, Trade, and Labour: Shalom Simhon (Independence) Minister of Information and Diaspora: Yuli-Yoel Edelstein (Likud) Minister of Intelligence and Atomic Energy: Dan Meridor (Likud) Minister of Internal Affairs: Eli Yishai (Shas) Minister of Internal Security: Yitzhak Aharonovich (Yisrael Beitenu) Minister of Justice: Ya'akov Ne'eman (Not a member of the Knesset) Minister of Minorities: Shalom Simhon (Independence) Minister of National Infrastructure: Uzi Landau (Yisrael Beitenu) Minister of Pensioner Affairs: Benjamin Netanyahu (Likud) Minister of Regional Development: Silvan Shalom (Likud) Minister of Religious Services: Ya'akov Margi (Shas) Minister of Science and Technology: Daniel Hershkowitz (The Jewish Home) Minister of Strategic Affairs: Moshe Ya'alon (Likud) Minister of Tourism: Stas Misezhnikov (Yisrael Beitenu) Minister of Transportation and Road Safety: Yisrael Katz (Likud) Minister of Welfare and Social Services: Moshe Kahlon (Likud) Minister without Portfolio: Benny Begin (Lukid) Minister without Portfolio: Meshulam Nahari (Shas) Minister without Portfolio: Yossi Peled (Likud) Deputy Ministers: Deputy Minister of the Development of the Negev and Galilee: Ayoob Kara (Likud) Deputy Minister of Education: Meir Porush (United Torah Judaism) Deputy Minister of Finance: Yitzhak Cohen (Shas) Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs: Daniel Ayalon (Yisrael Beitenu) Deputy Minister of Health: Yaakov Litzman (United Torah Judaism) Deputy Minister of Pensioner Affairs: Lea Nass (Likud) Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister's Office: Gila Gamliel (Likud)
India is a federal parliamentary republic.