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Italians vote in favour of a referendum to reduce the size of their Parliament by a third, with voters turning "The reason why most voters have voted in favour of the reductions of the parliamentarians , in "So they thought that the reduction of the number was a kind of moralising factor on professional
Italians voted by a wide margin in a referendum to slash the size of the country's parliament by more than a third. Specifically, the law reduces the number of lawmakers from 630 to 400 in the Chamber of Five Star says the reduction will streamline parliament, reduce corruption and save hundreds of
The Italians voted on Monday in favor of the reduction of one third of the number of deputies.
The 46 million Italianvoted yes in a national referendum on reducing the number of parliamentarians.
The referendum on the reduction in the number of parliamentarians in Italy is heading towards a large victory, with 60 to 64% of yes, against 36-40% of no, according to an exit poll conducted Monday by the chain of RAI public television.Italy will go from 945 to 600 deputies
The government, formed of the alliance of the left and the M5S, supported this text, but no politician has personalized the campaign by putting his fate in the balance, as Matteo Renzi, former President of the Council, did in 2016. No quorum was foreseen, which allows the adoption of this text despite a very low participation.
The number of parliamentarians should now drop from 945 to 600. Today, Italy has the second largest parliament in Europe, behind that of the United Kingdom (around 1,400), and ahead of France (925) .
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Italians voted by a wide margin in a referendum to slash the size of the country's parliament by more than a third. Specifically, the law reduces the number of lawmakers from 630 to 400 in the Chamber of Five Star says the reduction will streamline parliament, reduce corruption and save hundreds of www.vaticannews.va
Italians turned out in their droves to vote in regional elections and on a referendum that could cut the number of lawmakers by a third, despite the coronavirus Exit polls suggested a fairly resounding ' yes ' vote won the day in the referendum with a projected share between 60-64% according to exit www.euronews.com
Italians have voted in a referendum to cut the size of the country's parliament by more than a third. The number of MPs in the lower house will be reduced from 634 to 400. The far-right Brothers of Italy party won the vote in Marche, and its leader Giorgia Meloni told local media it was a "great result". www.bbc.co.uk
The constitutional referendum to lower the number of parliamentarians in the Italian chamber of deputies and the senate passed with an overwhelming vote of just under 70 per cent. The yes vote victory will see the lower chamber decreased from 630 seats to 400 and the senate from 315 to 200. www.breitbart.com
Those in favour of having less MPs say it will trim down Italy 's bloated bureaucracy; opponents say it will leave some underrepresented.
The number of MPs in the Lower House will be cut from 630 to 400 and senators from 315 to 200 after The ' Yes ' vote was supported by the Government Coalition which includes the Democratic Party and The referendum comes as Italy continues to fight the coronavirus pandemic after recording 1
Referendum to sanction a proposed cut in the number of Italian parliamentarians in Rome 2/5. By Gavin Jones. A drubbing for the ruling parties would galvanise the League and its allies, but most analysts say it would be unlikely to trigger a government collapse in the midst of the coronavirus crisis
Italians headed to the polls on Sunday and Monday to vote for the presidency of seven of the country's 20 regions. They were also choosing mayors in In addition, Italians would be voting in a referendum on changes to the constitution that, if approved, will reduce the number of parliamentarians from
Italians have voted by a large majority to axe nearly 350 MPs and senators, marking the climax of an anti-establishment crusade waged by the Five Star party.The referendum , which will cut the number .