The article reports on the move by Italian party leaders in the Senate to delay a meeting to decide when Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte will have to face a no-confidence vote. Deputy Premier Matteo Salvini wants to consolidate power in his League party. The alliance between the League and the Five Star Movement has been affected by their policy disagreements.
NO confidence motions and ITALY -- Politics & government -- 21st century
The article reports that Italian party leaders in the Senate will hold a meeting in August 2019 to decide when Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte will have to face a no-confidence vote. Deputy Premier Matteo Salvini wants to consolidate power in his League party. The alliance between the League and the Five Star Movement has been affected by their policy disagreements.
Representatives from Turkish steelmaker Erdemir and Italy's Arvedi will appear in hearings at the Italian national senate on Wednesday June 22 to outline their plans for the future of Ilva. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
ITALY -- Politics & government -- 20th century and PRIME ministers
The article presents information on the government structure and political condition in Italy. The Italian Parliament consists of a Chamber of Deputies and a Senate. As of 2006, the Olive Tree coalition of Prime Minister Romano Prodi holds 348 seats in the Chamber of Deputies and 2 seats in the Senate. The article also discusses Italy's foreign relations and business policy.
Wall Street Journal - Eastern Edition. 6/11/2010, Vol. 255 Issue 135, pA15. 0p. 1 Black and White Photograph.
WIRETAPPING -- Law & legislation
The article reports on approval of a draft law by the senate in Italy that limits the use of wiretaps by prosecutors and introduces fines and prison sentences for journalists who issue reports on tapped conversations.
LEGISLATIVE bills and PATIENT refusal of treatment
The author reflects on a legislative bill passed by the Italian Senate that ignores the wishes of patients and the country's constitution. The bill gives the right to physicians to override the living will of patients who are in a persistent vegetative state and who have declined treatment. The author cites the case of Eluana Englaro who took legal action against the hospital where his daughter, who lay in a vegetative state, was fed against her wishes to cease artificial feeding.
Time International (South Pacific Edition). 11/24/97, Issue 47, p36. 1/4p. 1 Color Photograph.
COALITIONS and LEGISLATORS
Considers how Antonio Di Pietro won a Senate seat in Italy. His reputation as the supercop for his work during the corruption probes of the early 1990s; The popularity he has; His win under the Olive Tree coalition that holds power in Rome in late 1997; His known theatrics.
SOUND recording piracy, PIRACY (Copyright), GOVERNMENT policy, and LAW & legislation
Reports on the ratification of an anti-piracy law in Italy. Importance of the law in the country's fight against music piracy levels, which is among the highest in Europe; How the law was approved by the justice commission of the Italian Senate; Comments from Enzo Mazza, president of Italy's Anti-Piracy Federation.
The article discusses Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi who won an Italian Senate vote on proposals aimed at overhauling the nation's labor market, focusing on Renzi's economic legislation, the parliamentary process in Italy, and the potential streamlining of available employment contracts.
Western Speech. Spring1959, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p69-74. 6p.
Rhetoricians, Training of diplomats, Training, and Renaissance
Focuses on the rhetoric and diplomatic training in Venice, Italy. Renaissance in the city; Impact of the control of the Italian Senate on the University of Padua on aspiring diplomats; Background of rhetorician Giason De Nores.