Confini mobili : principio autonomista nei modelli teorici e nelle prassi del regionalismo italiano

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] Mobile borders: autonomist principle in the theoretical models and practices of Italian regionalism

Alessandro Candido

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Abstract

[Autom. eng. transl.] The volume investigates the development of the principle of autonomy in the theory and practice of Italian regionalism, with the aim of demonstrating how difficult it is today to identify a precise model for Italy. Regionalism, in fact, has always been considered as an instrumental factor in the pursuit of objectives unrelated to autonomy, without, however, finding adequate evidence in the concrete structure of relations between the center and the periphery. The reasons for this difficulty, of a historical and, above all, political nature, can be traced by retracing the stages of the regionalist movement: from the Risorgimento period of formation of the Italian State to the Constituent Assembly; from the long period of implementation of the Regions to the constitutional reforms of 1999 and 2001 and, most recently, to the recent counter-reform proposal of October 2012. From the current picture, therefore, a "confused" regional right emerges, a faded and distorted image of the design made in broad lines - and hastily - with the modification of Title V of the Constitution. Reality shows that, in order to effectively enhance the principle of regional autonomy, a major cultural change in the Italian ruling class will be needed first. If this does not happen, regionalism will be destined to remain long in search of a valid model.
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] Mobile borders: autonomist principle in the theoretical models and practices of Italian regionalism
Original languageItalian
PublisherGiuffrè Editore
Number of pages336
ISBN (Print)881418044X
Publication statusPublished - 2012

Keywords

  • Ambrosini
  • Cattaneo
  • Ferrari
  • Mazzini
  • Sturzo
  • Titolo V
  • art. 117
  • cedevolezza
  • competenze trasversali
  • controriforma
  • criterio di prevalenza
  • federalismo
  • indirizzo e coordinamento
  • interesse nazionale
  • leggi regionali
  • norme cedevoli
  • regionalismo
  • regioni
  • regolamenti regionali
  • servizi pubblici locali
  • statuti regionali
  • sussidiarietà

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