The Government in Parliament

Author/s Silvia Filippi
Publishing Year 2024 Issue 2024/1 Language Italian
Pages 30 P. 97-126 File size 225 KB
DOI 10.3280/DT2024-001005
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The formula “Government in Parliament” summarizes the set of powers and mecha-nisms in the hands of the Government within the framework of parliamentary proce-dures, which respond to the need for interinstitutional cooperation inherent in the Ital-ian form of government. However, institutional practice over the years has shown how these instruments have been used according to an “adversarial” logic. Since such dy-namics are reflected in the Government’s ability to intervene in the scheduling of par-liamentary work, we will try to understand whether it is possible, through such mecha-nisms, to realign the relation between Government and Parliament, and thus the time of politics and the time of the legislative process. The aim is to explore whether trends towards cooperation between constitutional bodies are emerging.

Keywords: Governo, Parlamento, procedimento legislativo, prassi, forma di governo, fonti del diritto; Government; Parliament; law making process; institutional practice; form of government; sources of law.

Silvia Filippi, Il Governo in Parlamento: prospettive evolutive in "DIRITTO COSTITUZIONALE" 1/2024, pp 97-126, DOI: 10.3280/DT2024-001005