Italian Politics: The Faltering Transition

By Mark Gilbert; Gianfranco Pasquino | Go to book overview

DOCUMENTARY APPENDIX

Compiled by Davide Martelli

As always, the documentary appendix is designed to give the economic, political and social background to the events presented by the rest of the book. The appendix is divided into three sections, each of which has a general theme.

In the first section (Tables Al to A7), standard information on population, the workforce, social conflict, births and deaths, crime rates and key economic indicators is presented. Compared to past editions, the only major change is in the table illustrating the crime figures. This alteration was imposed by methodological changes in the calculation of crime figures on the part of Istat, the Italian statistical agency.

The second section is concerned with electoral results. Since a national referendum, elections to the European parliament, several parliamentary by-elections and local elections were all held in 1999, this section is necessarily very large. Tables B1 through B5 chart the provincial and municipal elections, B6 and B7 give a full picture of the European parliament results. Table B8 lists the byelections and B9 gives the full result of the national referendum on electoral reform. In all the tables dealing with electoral results, the names of the different parties and civic lists has been left unchanged from the Italian edition. English-language readers should consult the list of acronyms at the beginning of this volume.

The last section is given over to institutional data. A full list of the ministers serving in the D’Alema government formed shortly before Christmas 1999 is included in Table Cl.

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