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From Regionalism to Federalism?

The introduction of regional autonomy, as established in the 1948
Constitution, has been slow and gradual, taking the shape of an administrative
decentralisation despite the legislative power granted to the
regions created by the Constitution. Following the 1993 laws regarding
the local authorities and the 1999 laws regarding the regions whose
power has been granted a high level of legitimacy, the contemporary
phase is being characterized by a constitutional change (revision of
2001) which has given the regions their own legislative authority, in
addition to new financial resources, and has guaranteed, through the
principle of subsidiarity, the autonomy of the communes and cities.
However, the implementation of this reform, which is being delayed by
centralizing resistance, may lead to different types of federalism, certain
groups going as far as proposing a “devolution” that would challenge
the permanence of territorial solidarity.

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Référence électonique : Luciano VANDELLI, "From Regionalism to Federalism?", Pouvoirs, revue française d’études constitutionnelles et politiques, n°103, 103 - L’Italie, p.81-91 . Consulté le 2020-11-28 06:35:52 . URL : https://revue-pouvoirs.fr/From-Regionalism-to-Federalism.html