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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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Forty years ago the Gelli "case"

March 12, 1981: Giuliano Turone, investigating judge at the Court of Milan, issues a judicial communication against a group of people who have collaborated in various ways with Michele Sindona ...

Mario Schimberni and the idea of ​​Montedison "Public Company"

1976: Montedison, the largest Italian company in the chemical sector, closes the financial statements with a loss for the year of 60,6 billion lire, which at the level of the consolidated financial ...

The mystery of the antelope: the Lockheed case

February 2003. The Alpini of the Italian contingent leave for Afghanistan. They get on planes with a somewhat squat silhouette, with a rounded fuselage, capable of carrying many men and vehicles. They are the Hercules ...

Why kill Bachelet?

February 12, 1980: it is eleven fifty in the morning and Prof. Vittorio Bachelet, full professor of administrative law at the Faculty of Political Sciences of the "La Sapienza" University of Rome, finished ...

The end of "Contismo"

June 2018, the elections for the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate of the Republic are held. The Five Star Movement and the League (the word "North" that followed, to ...

Agostino Depretis and the "politics of the chameleon": how to govern without a pre-established majority

"Irto, spectral vinattier from Stradella" who dispenses "celie allobroghe e ambagi" in Montecitorio: this is how Giosuè Carducci scornfully defined Agostino Depretis, a man who had made a complex political journey, as a Mazzinian and ...

Montecitorio interior

The Palaces where the institutions of the Republic are located (Presidency of the Republic, Houses of Parliament, Government, Constitutional Court) all have a long history, which has its roots in the Rome of ...

The Palaces of Power

November 27, 1918: the second session of the XI royal legislature begins in the Chamber of Deputies and the President Giuseppe Marcora stands up and with a touch of emotion in ...