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Corrupción en Italia. La muerte de un régimen

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  • Gutiérrez Chávez, Jorge
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    This book walks down, more or less chronologically, exciting events in the recent history of Italy, from the the harmful and long political dominance of the demo-Christian party (axis of all Government alliances from 1946 to 1994) to the born of the Leftist Democratic Party; following not only an analytical line, but above all a critical one. In several passages it is also underlined the maturity reached by Italian Institutions. Contrary to what many people thought, that real revolution never outstood the narrow limits of the Law Estate. Although there was a speaking on a Second Republic in Italy, one hypothesis here defended is that, more than ten years after "Tangentópolis", this is only a valid purpose.

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    This book is provided by Entelequia y Grupo (Universidad de Málaga) in its series Entelequia eBooks with number b003 and published in 2006.
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