Governing italy the politics of bargained pluralism david hine on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers is it possible to make sense of a political system where 123 people each from different parties can run for a single seat in parliament this volume studies this contemporary italian political system through an analysis of the system. Get this from a library governing italy the politics of bargained pluralism david hine the italian political system is widely agreed to be in urgent need of reform power is highly dispersed and effective political leadership is almost impossible to exercise the need for reform . Italys 1993 electoral reforms were forced on parliament and on the dominant party elites by elite outsiders using the referendum instrument the resultant parliamentary electoral system was the product neither of a rational process of institutional engineering nor even of conflicting party strategies whilst parliament was forced to legislate the established parties were unable to reassert . The second explains why a crisis overtook the centre left prodi government after less than two years bringing with it the early dissolution of parliament hine d 1993 governing italy the politics of bargained pluralism oxford clarendon press google scholar katz rs and mair p 2002 the ascendancy of the party in public
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