What Kind of Government Does Italy Have?


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The Government of Italy
Conventional Name: Italian Republic
Government Type: republic
Voting Age: 18 years of age; universal (except in senatorial elections, where minimum age is 25)
Chief: President Giorgio Napolitano
Head: Prime Minister Matteo Renzi
Legislature: bicameral Parliament or Parlamento consists of the Senate or Senato della Repubblica (315 seats; members elected by proportional vote with the winning coalition in each region receiving 55% of seats from that region; to serve five-year terms) and th
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Italy has had a democratic republic type of government since June 2nd 1946. It‘s constitution was promulgated on January 1st 1948.
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