Jacopo Pizzi on What's happening in Italian Politics?Political science grad, IT Consultant, Italian, English and French speakingSome time ago
This weekend in Italy there will be a referendum on a constitutional reform. The same days, there will be regional elections in 6 regions. If you are interested in knowing something more about what's going to happen and what impact the vote will have on Italian government. Please feel free to ask

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Rich-Allee JohnNutrition Therapist
I'm interested to know. What are the implications of this?
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Naivedya ParamarthaMarketing, IoT, sports, coffee & books
What are some of the repercussions for Non European who want to work there ?
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Jacopo PizziPolitical science grad, IT Consultant, Italian, English and French speaking
The constitutional reform would reduce the number of members of parliament. It was part of 5 star movement electoral program and is officially backed by almost every party. The winning of the "No" seems unlikely. The regional elections can have an impact on Democratic Party and Italia Viva, the party of former PM Matteo Renzi, in particular regarding the results of Puglia, where Renzi's party chose not to support the governor in charge, and Tuscany, Renzi's region and where the running candidate is his man of trust. These are actually ruled by democratic party, but the right coalition is very close and, in case of success, that would be a disaster for Renzi's party and could weakened Zingaretti's leadership inside the Democratic party. On the other side, Salvini's leadership of the right coalition can be challenged by a strong winning of his party collegue Luca Zaia in Venice region and of the allied party Brothers of Italy of Giorgia Meloni in Marche region. A winning of the right in Tuscany can instead enforce his leadership. If the centre-right will win in almost every region the forces who compose the government, and that have decided to run separately for these elections, would reconsider the idea of create a coalition
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Jacopo PizziPolitical science grad, IT Consultant, Italian, English and French speaking
However I don't think this vote will led to a crisis of the actual government. For non European there won't be significant repercussion since new migration law are not under discussion for now
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