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Mario Pacelli

Mario Pacelli is a professor of public law at the University of Rome La Sapienza, for many years an official of the Chamber of Deputies. He has written numerous studies in parliamentary history, including The roots of Montecitorio (1984), Bella gente (1992), Interno Montecitorio (2000), Il colle più alto (2017). He collaborates with the "Corriere della Sera" and "Il Messaggero".

Mario Pacelli

Mario Pacelli is a professor of public law at the University of Rome La Sapienza, for many years an official of the Chamber of Deputies. He has written numerous studies in parliamentary history, including The roots of Montecitorio (1984), Bella gente (1992), Interno Montecitorio (2000), Il colle più alto (2017). He collaborates with the "Corriere della Sera" and "Il Messaggero".
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