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Italy

Republica Italiana
  • S. H. Steinberg
Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK)

Abstract

On 10 June, 1946, Italy became a de facto republic on the announcement by the Court of Cassation, sitting in the Hall of the She Wolf at Montecitoria (seat of the Italian Parliament), that a majority of the voters at the special referendum held on 2 June had voted for a republic; 11 June (which was also the anniversary of the murder of Matteotti) was celebrated as a public holiday in honour of the republic. King Umberto II, who had agreed to abide by the results of the referendum, protested strongly against such an announcement being formally made when returns were admittedly incomplete, but he left the country for Portugal on 13 June in accordance with his pledge. The final figures, announced by the Court of Cassation on 18 June, showed :—For a republic, 12,717,923 (54–3% of the valid votes cast, which numbered 23,437,207) ; for the retention of the monarchy, 10,719,284 (45–7%); invalid papers, 1,498,136. Total vote was 24,888,035 or 88–8% of the registered electors, who numbered 29,021,144. Voting was compulsory, open to both men and women 21 years of age or older, and included specifically the members of the Civil Service and the armed forces ; active Fascists and a few other categories were excluded from registration.

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Books of Reference

Books of Reference concerning Italy: 1. Official Publications

  1. The Annuario Statìstico Italiano (Annual), the Compendio Statistico Italiano (Annual) and Bollettino mensile di Statistica (Monthly), issued by the Istituto Centrale di Statistica, gives statistical information about Italy and her colonies. Publication of the last-named, suspended in August, 1943, was resumed in September, 1945.Google Scholar
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Libya

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© Palgrave Macmillan, a division of Macmillan Publishers Limited 1947

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