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This report is part of a series analyzing the voting behavior of Italian and Spanish parties while taking part in EU decision-making.
During the past few years, Spanish and Italian politics have been in the global media limelight as their established political parties struggled to maintain legislative majorities with newer parties chipping away at their electorates. Continue Reading
Executive summary: The outcome of the upcoming Italian elections is far from certain and it will likely lead to a difficult government formation process. For this reason, these elections are followed with apprehension in Brussels, as they might lead to more political instability and/or a shift from the current status quo in Rome, depending on which coalition will take the power. Continue Reading
Note: this country-based report is part of the broader study that measured the influence of MEPs from all 28 EU Members States. To consult the methodology and cross-country comparisons read the full “Who holds the power in the European Parliament?” study.
Antonio Tajani, member of Forza Italia (EPP), is the most influential MEP in the European Parliament. He was elected President of the European Parliament at the beginning of the year. Continue Reading
Questo studio è il risultato di una ricerca comune di VoteWatch Europe e Elif Lab
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In attesa dell’imminente voto sul referendum costituzionale, gli esperti stanno cercando di prevedere quali potrebbero essere gli sviluppi politici in caso di una vittoria del “no” e, quindi, di una sconfitta del Primo Ministro, Matteo Renzi. Continue Reading