Italians have always been skeptical of both the external and the internal politics of their state, and from year to year, from century to century, this skepticism has not diminished. Often, tourists who come to Italy can see on its streets a variety of demonstrations of various political groups, movements or forces (Bull, & Newell, 2005). Sociological studies of recent years show that in society there is a certain distrust of the state, not many Italians, according to the same polls, are willing to sacrifice themselves or make any sacrifice to their state, the Italian nation.
Some political scientists express their opinion that it was precisely mistrust in politics that created in the twentieth century, and even earlier, the prerequisites for violating laws, corruption, and concealment from taxes, the proliferation of criminal clans and communities. And often this happened with the tacit consent of the authorities. The Italians, the police and the church, deserved the greatest trust among all the authorities (Giordano, 2000). But Italian society is changing with the development of the entire world community. And in the country there are processes aimed at improving the work of the entire apparatus of power. But Italian society is changing with the development of the entire world community (Partridge, 1998).
New Jersey based school should have a branch campus in Rome because it encourages international education either by accepting a prospectus for example that of the International Examinations. It also helps the Rome’s students to know about the cultural and traditions of the New Jersey. In the country there are processes aimed at improving the work of the entire apparatus of power. Italian society is changing with the development of the entire world community. It also helps for the students who dream of getting higher education in foreign country.
Bull, M. J., & Newell, J. L. (2005). Italian politics: Adjustment under duress. Polity.
Giordano, B. (2000). Italian regionalism or ‘Padanian’nationalism—the political project of the Lega Nord in Italian politics. Political Geography, 19(4), 445-471.
Partridge, H. (1998). Italian politics today. Manchester University Press.
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