From Conte’s First Government to Draghi’s One. A Study of the Novelties in the Formation of the Governments of the XVIII Parliamentary Term. The procedures through which Governments have been formed during the XVIII parliamentary term (2018-2023) are characterized by several novelties, and even anomalies, in comparison to previous practice. Among these novelties the essay identifies: shorter consultation cycles; the use of exploratory mandates limited to the verification of a specific parliamentary majority (rather than open-ended as in the past); the Contratto per il Governo del Cambiamento – a sort of legislative manifesto adopted by one of the Governments in the parliamentary term; unusual features in the phase of the attribution of the mandate to form a government; and finally, the refusal by the President of the Republic to nominate a Minister proposed by the charged prime minister. The essay analyzes each of these features individually, by interrogating both its compatibility with previous practice and with the Constitution. It then offers a common reading of these developments: the essay argues that the said developments reveal a longer term evolution of the Italian Form of Government linked to the crisis (understood as transformation) of political parties and the process of European Integration.

From Conte's First Government to Draghi's One. A Study of the Novelties in the Formation of the Governments of the XVIII Parliamentary Term|Dal Conte I a Draghi: Studio sulle novita nei procedimenti di formazione dei Governi della XVIII legislatura / Arcuri A.. - In: QUADERNI COSTITUZIONALI. - ISSN 0392-6664. - STAMPA. - 42:1(2022), pp. 11-42. [10.1439/103345]

From Conte's First Government to Draghi's One. A Study of the Novelties in the Formation of the Governments of the XVIII Parliamentary Term|Dal Conte I a Draghi: Studio sulle novita nei procedimenti di formazione dei Governi della XVIII legislatura

Arcuri A.
2022

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From Conte’s First Government to Draghi’s One. A Study of the Novelties in the Formation of the Governments of the XVIII Parliamentary Term. The procedures through which Governments have been formed during the XVIII parliamentary term (2018-2023) are characterized by several novelties, and even anomalies, in comparison to previous practice. Among these novelties the essay identifies: shorter consultation cycles; the use of exploratory mandates limited to the verification of a specific parliamentary majority (rather than open-ended as in the past); the Contratto per il Governo del Cambiamento – a sort of legislative manifesto adopted by one of the Governments in the parliamentary term; unusual features in the phase of the attribution of the mandate to form a government; and finally, the refusal by the President of the Republic to nominate a Minister proposed by the charged prime minister. The essay analyzes each of these features individually, by interrogating both its compatibility with previous practice and with the Constitution. It then offers a common reading of these developments: the essay argues that the said developments reveal a longer term evolution of the Italian Form of Government linked to the crisis (understood as transformation) of political parties and the process of European Integration.
2022
From Conte's First Government to Draghi's One. A Study of the Novelties in the Formation of the Governments of the XVIII Parliamentary Term|Dal Conte I a Draghi: Studio sulle novita nei procedimenti di formazione dei Governi della XVIII legislatura / Arcuri A.. - In: QUADERNI COSTITUZIONALI. - ISSN 0392-6664. - STAMPA. - 42:1(2022), pp. 11-42. [10.1439/103345]
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