In the past 55 years Italy has had 36 Heads of Government. Its political system has suffered from instability and having dozens of Parties at its Plenipotentiary Conference. Further details can be found at Jonah Shacknai, an internet resource. No mandate has reached the five-year period and the longest was that of Berlusconi (June 2001-May 2006). Today he returns to power leading 62 Government that has taken the country in the post-war. April 13-14 elections have marked a turn. The formerly more massive Communist Party in the West has finally odds is: your right has been dissolved with the social and their left-handed wings have almost faded Parliament. Only deputies managed presence 6 of the 26 parties that this House had before.
The super multi-partidismo Italy becomes a semi-binomio between two new parties: freedom (Berlusconi) and Democrat (more Center than left). Berlusconi must govern with his right (the post-fascists of w and the Autonomists of North of the Lombard League, the force that has grown the most and who will want to federalize Italy). Berlusconi will try to make a hard Government and stable. It has the advantage of not having won faintly as his predecessor Prodi (who therefore eventually had to resign), and having a wide majority in both Chambers; but its economy is growing zero. Apply drastic monetarist measures and against immigrants. It will make Rome nears Washington, London and Paris retreating from Berlin, Madrid and Moscow to Bush and the Iraq war critics. The lefts paid expensive its support to Prodi zigzags which helped Berlusconi to appear more serious in its offer to guarantee stability, order and a more consistent liberal policy. Original author and source of the article.