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Politics, constitution and administrative structure of Italy

Cesena Italy is a democratic republic, which was established in 1946. To date, the form of government in Italy is the parliamentary one, characterized by a large number of different political parties. All legislation relies on the Constitution, which was signed back in 1946 during the formation of the republic. As for the administrative division, Italy consists of twenty separate regions and about a hundred provinces. In view of the fact that the parliamentary system of government operates in Italy, the President is recognized as the head of the country. He is elected for a term of seven years. He is considered the highest representative of the Italian state. His duties include representing his country’s interests on the international stage on various political platforms. He is also the head of the Defense Council and the country’s constitution, and the Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces. The President has the right to make decisions on a particular issue before the parliament approves it. At the same time, both the parliament and the president of Italy are equally responsible for decision-making.
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Moreover, the President’s authority also includes the power to appoint a Prime Minister. He is the main body of executive power. As a rule, he is also considered the head of the party, which occupies the largest number of seats in the congress. Parliament in Italy is considered the supreme body of the legislative branch. It has a bicameral structure. Its duties include legislative and supervisory activities. The Chamber of Deputies includes more than six hundred deputies. These people make and develop various bills, and they submit the documentation to the upper chamber, called the Senate, for confirmation. It consists of 323 deputies. The upper chamber has the right to veto any bill, but at the same time the lower house, provided that a majority of votes has been collected, may well refute the Senate’s veto.
All deputies are elected to parliament by direct hidden vote. All citizens of Italy, who have already reached the age of 18, participate in the voting process. The term of office of each newly elected deputy of the Chamber is 5 years. In the Senate, many members are elected for life. Note that in the two chambers, various organizations are constantly being created, referred to as commissions on carriage issues. Within their area of competence are specific issues of certain ministries, to which they have been assigned. As a matter of fact, they just duplicate and back up the activities of the deputies. It should be noted that according to the Constitution, the President has the right to create a referendum without an agreement of the Parliament or the government. Copyright www.orangesmile.com
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The judicial system in Italy is identical to other similar legal systems of all European countries. At the head of the judicial system is the Supreme Court, which comprises of 20 people. Each judge is appointed personally by the King for a term of 5 years. The subordinate juridical bodies in Italy include the courts of general jurisdiction, administrative courts, and military tribunals. After it follow the district, provincial, municipal, and special courts. Please note that there are active trade union movements in Italy. To date, they consist of more than 16 million people. The main trade union movement is the Syndicate of Workers. The major political party remains the Left Democrats and the Italian People’s Party.
Castello di Compiano/Compiano Castle The domestic policy of the country is aimed at developing the state, and improving the rules of self-government of each of the individual regions. The government pays special attention to smoothing various disproportions in the economic and social situations of various regions of the country, within the framework of NATO policy (the country was accepted into the organization in 1955). The foreign policy of modern Italy is adapted to the development of close economic relations with countries of the European Union, cooperation with the United States, and the establishment of relations with other countries of the world.
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Fantastic City Tours and Excursions in Italy

Places in Italy famous worldwide

Basilica di Santa Croce

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The Basilica di Santa Croce in Florence is a bright example of the baroque style. It is the largest principal Franciscan church in the world. The Basilica attracts not only with its unique architectural style but also with the great inner decoration. The chapels are decorated with great old frescoes by Giotto. On the territory of the church, you can find the shrines of the notable Italian people. The church has been built for about a hundred years and was finished in 1385.

Legend says that Santa Croce was founded by the main Catholic saint Franciscus Assisiensis. The church was decorated by the best Italian artists and sculptors. Many of their masterpieces we can see within thousands of years. Today the main decoration of the Basilica is the delicate stained-glass windows, the main altar … Read all
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The UK Encourages Travelers to Spend This Summer at Their Home Country

The ‘Escape The Everyday’ is not a new campaign. It was first launched in September 2020. The campaign mentions different destinations, highlights their major attractions, and focuses on experiences that travelers can enjoy in different parts of the UK. As restrictions are lifted, it is important to regain travelers’ confidence in domestic travel and motivate them to visit beautiful places in the UK. The pandemic has been a difficult period for global tourism, and the UK is no exception. Today, VisitEngland wants tourists to rediscover their home country and visit its vibrant cities, resorts, towns, and villages. Read this

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Electorate - mentality of people in Italy regions

Rome
Day of the foundation of Rome is the most interesting national holiday. It is celebrated annually on April 21. Sometimes the celebration lasts for several days and during the holiday here are organized various interesting cultural events and ceremonies. By the way, every year the goddess of Rome is chosen during the festival. This is the winner of a beauty contest. Vestals play one of the main roles during the holiday. Vestals are girls who are the messengers of the Roman goddess Vesta. They … Read more
Florence
When it comes to describing work and business, they also have their own national characteristics. Informal communication is very common among the local people, so even a serious business meeting can be arranged in a restaurant or at home of one of the business partners. Businessmen believe that this form of communication makes it easier to establish contact and understanding with colleagues. National colorful carnival celebrations are another notable feature. They take place every year and do … Read more
Milan
Milan is a real Mecca for shoppers. When you plan to visit local stores, it is worth considering some unspoken rules that are recommended for following by every polite customer. They will help you to gain the seller’s respect and make the process of acquiring favorite things even more enjoyable. Thus, you should definitely say hello to the owner at the entrance of the store. Typically, the seller first greets visitors, and offers his help. To reply to a greeting a buyer should say … Read more
Venice
Rimini
In the evening tourists will meet a great number of odd people wearing bright hats and wigs, pink airy dresses are much preferred by women. Even makeup of girls and women features rouge and bright pink lipsticks. Special illuminating systems are applied in shops and restaurants of the city during the celebration adding to the charming atmosphere of the ethnic fest. At nightfall all the streets of the city get filled with bright pink lighting, To get the essence of the festival one should once … Read more
Naples
There is a belief that local people of Naples are more passionate about granita than about traditional Italian pasta. The ethnic drink is served in almost every café and sold in special concession stands located in the central streets of the city. Apart from culinary talents and peculiarities local people feature extreme passion to gambling games and lotteries. Almost every local citizen has his or her own book of dreams or the “SMORFIA NAPOLETANA”. This book contains a list of … Read more
Sorrento
Sorrento is famous for its wine-making traditions. Local wineries produce liquors and wines following ancient traditions. Common souvenir for tourists is Limoncello liquor produced from local fragrant lemons. A true national drink is Lacrima Christi wine; the symbol of Sorrento also has its own unique story. According to the legend, God was so upset with evil-minded people that uttered a tear. It fell at the foot of the volcano and soon a vine sprouted near Vesuvius. Today, tourists are … Read more
Turin
It is devoted to chocolate. The colorful festival has being held in Turin since 2003. The holiday program isn’t limited to exhibitions and excursions, as each year new original entertainment options appear. Interesting open-air performances and exciting games, wine and culinary tastings are integral parts of the holiday. The festival usually lasts for five days; each day there is a special holiday program. Fans of unusual relaxation treatments are offered to take a chocolate bath. Shoppers … Read more

Italy: traditions in regions

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