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- Italian elections: expat backlash and disinterest from Australia
- Barclay, Paul; Clark, Sue; Mascitelli, Bruno; Battiston, Simone; Manzin, Gregoria
- Italians in Italy and around the world have just begun voting to elect a new government. Only 2 years since the defeat of Berlusconi, and the short lived centre-left government which ruled amid on-going political disputes from within its eight-party coalition, chances in Italy are that a return of another Berlusconi centre-right government is highly likely. For the Italian expatriate electorate it has been another opportunity to exercise their voting rights and elect overseas-based representatives.
- Publication type
- Media interview
- Research centre
- Swinburne University of Technology. Faculty of Business and Enterprise
- 'Perspective', presented by Paul Barclay and Sue Clark, 14 April 2008
- Publication year
- Australia; Elections; Expatriate electorate; Italian Australians; Italian emigration; Italian politics; Politics; Vote to Italians overseas; Voting
- Australian Broadcasting Corporation
- Publisher URL
- Copyright © 2008 Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC).
- Additional information
- Podcast of an interview that aired on the ABC Radio National program 'Perspective' on 14 April 2008. Produced by Sue Clark.