• Elections in Italy

    Italy elects, at the national level, a Parliament consisting of two houses: the Chamber of Deputies (Camera dei Deputati) with 630 members; and the Senate of the Republic (Senato della Repubblica) with 315 elected members, plus a few senators for life. The President of the Republic is elected for a seven-year term by the two houses of Parliament in joint session.

  • European route E35 in Italy

    European route E35 in Italy

    European route E 35 (E 35) is a north–south European route, running from Amsterdam in the Netherlands to Rome in Italy. In Italy, the highway runs from the Swiss border near Como, to its southern terminus in Rome.

  • Law enforcement in Italy

    Law enforcement in Italy is an exclusive duty of the State, with policing centralized on a national level. It is generally provided by three national agencies with full powers, and by other local forces carrying out restricted and limited duties. The two main police forces in the country are the Carabinieri, the national gendarmerie, and the Polizia di Stato, the civil national police. The third one is the Guardia di Finanza, a militarized police force responsible for dealing with financial crime and smuggling.

  • Healthcare in Italy

    For a general article on health in Italy, see health in Italy

  • Football derbies in Italy

    This is a list of the major football derbies in Italy.

  • List of power stations in Italy

    The following page lists power stations in Italy.

  • List of magazines in Italy

    In Italy there are many magazines. The number of consumer magazines was 975 in 1995 and 782 in 2004. There are also Catholic magazines and newspapers in the country. A total of fifty-eight Catholic magazines was launched between 1867 and 1922. From 1923 to 1943, the period of the Fascist Regime, only ten new Catholic magazines was started. The period from 1943 to the end of the Second Vatican Council thirty-three new magazines were established. Until 2010 the additional eighty-six Catholic magazines were founded. The magazines had 3,400 million euros revenues in 2009 and 21.5% of these revenues were from advertising.

  • List of World War II prisoner-of-war camps in Italy

    There were a number of Axis prisoner-of-war camps in Italy during World War II. The initials "P.G." denote Prigioniero di Guerra (Prison of War), often interchanged with the title Campo (field or military camp). The Italian Armistice, declared on 8 September 1943, ended Italian administration of the camps, many of which were resecured by the Germans and used to hold new prisoners and numerous recaptured escapees.

  • Wind power in Italy

    Wind power in Italy

    Wind power in Italy, at the end of 2015, consisted of more than 1,847 wind turbines with a total installed capacity of 8,958 megawatts. Wind power contributed 5.4% of Italy electricity generation in 2015 (14,589 GWh ). Italy is ranked as the world's tenth producer of wind power as of the end of 2016. Prospects for Italian wind energy beyond 2016 are very uncertain.

  • 1898 in Italy

    1898 in Italy

    See also: 1897 in Italy, other events of 1898, 1899 in Italy.

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