This paper aims to highlight the relationship existing between the procedure of attribution to the Regions of «further forms and particular conditions of autonomy», pursuant to art. 116, paragraph 3, of the Constitution, and the current institutional structure of vast-area entities. In particular, the article intends to underline how, to date, the structure of the Provinces and Metropolitan Cities, as defined by the “Delrio reform”, is unsuitable for sustaining the repercussions that differentiated regionalism is destined to produce on vast-area entities, outlining the particularly critical issues.

Autonomia regionale differenziata: un'occasione per ripensare l'area vasta

Matteo Pressi
2020-01-01

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This paper aims to highlight the relationship existing between the procedure of attribution to the Regions of «further forms and particular conditions of autonomy», pursuant to art. 116, paragraph 3, of the Constitution, and the current institutional structure of vast-area entities. In particular, the article intends to underline how, to date, the structure of the Provinces and Metropolitan Cities, as defined by the “Delrio reform”, is unsuitable for sustaining the repercussions that differentiated regionalism is destined to produce on vast-area entities, outlining the particularly critical issues.
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