Renzi: the government, the party, the future of Italian politics

@article{Pasquino2016RenziTG,
  title={Renzi: the government, the party, the future of Italian politics},
  author={G. Pasquino},
  journal={Journal of Modern Italian Studies},
  year={2016},
  volume={21},
  pages={389 - 398}
}
  • G. Pasquino
  • Published 2016
  • Economics
  • Journal of Modern Italian Studies
Abstract On 22 February 2014 President Napolitano appointed Matteo Renzi to the office of President of the Council of Ministers (the correct title according to the Italian constitution). Since then the 39-year-old secretary of the Democratic Party has launched a series of institutional, economic, and social reforms. Claiming that it was of the utmost importance to scrap the old political class and to put Italy back to work, Renzi has already produced significant but, to say the least… Expand
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