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Title: Separatist and autonomous tendencies in modern Italy
Authors: Secler, Bartłomiej
Keywords: Italian Republic
Italian regions
Lega Nord
Matteo Salvini
Issue Date: 2018
Citation: Przegląd Narodowościowy / Review of Nationalities no. 8, 2018, pp. 103-118.
Abstract: The article focuses on the autonomous and separatist pursuits that occur in present day Italy. The work was inspired by the consultative referendums of 2017 in the regions of Veneto and Lombardia. Their aim was to give the residents a chance to express their views regarding the possible expansion of the autonomy of these two administrative units. As a result of the plebiscites, a significant majority voted for the expansion of the autonomy, which might trigger the pursuit of more permissions for the regions. One has to remember that in accordance with the constitution, Italy is a unanimous and non-divisible state. However, this does not mean that presently (as well as in the future) there are no separatist and autonomous tendencies. The tendencies have historical, economical, cultural, social or political reasons. The aim of the article is to analyze these tendencies on the basis subject literature and sources.
DOI: 10.2478/pn-2018-0006
ISSN: 2543-9391
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