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The Italian Dictator: Benito Mussolini
the original Italian pizza was like the Indian chappati with tomato and herbs the Americans reinvented it to what it is today
just 2 i think Carlo cudicin and rolando bianchi although he's currently on loan at parma. i think
Georgio Napolitano is the head of the Italian government which I think needs some work.
Mussolini used his cult of personality along with the fear of communism many Italians harbored to gain widespread acceptance of Fascism. In addition, causing chaos in the …streets then posing as the heroes when order was â??restoredâ?? was a very effective tactic that increased the widespread popularity of the â??Blackshirtsâ??.
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Parliamentary republic is the governmental system by which the Italian Republic operates. The Italian people elect the 630 member Chamber of Deputies, and the 315 member Sena…te, to five year terms. The Chamber of Deputies and the Senate make up the Italian Parliament. The Parliament elects the President to a seven year term. The President in turn appoints the Prime Minister, who selects the Cabinet members.
The leader of the Italian government is the President of the Italian Republic. Giorgio Napolitano [b. June 29, 1925] is the 11th such president. His term began on May 15, 2006…. The leader before him was Carlo Azeglio Ciampi [b. December 9, 1920], who was the 10th such president. Another key position within Italy's national government is that of the prime minister. Silvio Berlusconi [b. September 29, 1936] is the current, 81st Italian prime minister. He was preceded by Romano Prodi [b. August 9, 1939], who was the 80th such prime minister. Prodi's term ran from May 17, 2006 to May 8, 2008.
During the 1400's, Italy was not a unified nation. Each city-state had its own independent government. -bowyer
The main type of government used in Italian city-states during the Renaissance was a series of oligarchies ruled by specific families, such as the Medici family or the Borgia …family. This was known as the signoria.
Yes the government is democratic.
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.
We cannot answer this question without more explanation of what you want to know. The U.S. government is made up of three branches: the executive brand (the president), th…e legislative branch (the congress) and the judicial branch (the supreme court). In addition to the federal government in Washington DC, there are the leaders of states (governors) and cities (mayors). If you can tell us which government officials you are asking about, we can answer your question more effectively.
Lingua attuale is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "current language." Specifically, the feminine noun lingua means "language, tonguer." The feminine/masculine… adjective attuale means "actual, current." The pronunciation is "LEEN-gwaht-TWAH-leh."