The Current Political Afflictions of Italy

Political Science / April 23, 2015 / No Comments /
An analysis of Italy’s current political issues, focusing on illegal immigration, corruption and elections, among other issues.

This paper is a country profile on Italy that reflects the current adversities that Italy faces. Afflictions outlined include illegal immigration, corruption, and elections. The paper explains the problems Italy has faced in the past, and the problems they face now. It also emphasizes the difficulty in repairing these problems.
The Italian Republic, better known as Italy, became a nationwide state in 1861; they were united under King Victor Emmanuel. It originally had a parliamentary government; that came to an abrupt end in the early 1920s when the Fascist leader, Benito Mussolini, established a dictatorship. He formed an alliance with Nazi Germany that ultimately led to both Mussolini and Italy’s defeat in World War II.(1) Italy’s economy was finally revived in 1946 when a democratic republic replaced the monarchy. In 1999, Italy joined the European Monetary Union and now uses the Euro Dollar as their currency. This paper will show that Italy’s most current affliction revolves around the influx of illegal immigration.


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