The world goes round…

Written by Umberto Belluzzo

It seems like the period we are living right now is becoming more and more interesting in terms of news and a lot more tense in terms of history.

This sentence might be confusing but let me explain better…

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The winner of the Italian elections will be…

Written by Umberto Belluzzo

Italy will surely be another “Italy” on the 5th of March, the day after the General Elections.

This sentence can be true or false but that’s not the problem. The problem is that we don’t know what will happen on Monday 5th of March. It’s unpredictable.

This is  why it’s unpredictable. Here I shortly describe the most important parties and their ideas…

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The 2018 Italian Electoral System simply explained.

Written by Umberto Belluzzo

Tomorrow,  4th of March 2018, Italians will finally vote for the general elections after the Italian parliament was dissolved by President Sergio Mattarella on December 28th 2017. 

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The 2017 review

This year has been a turbolent year.
From the election of a controversial president passing through many horrible terrorist attacks and arriving with the legalisation of same-sex marriage in Australia.
Here I’ve summed up our Year appointing the most important facts that have happened.

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The Catalonia Referendum. Simple explanation

Written by Umberto Belluzzo

Let’s talk about the referendum in Catalonia, which has already created confusion: has  the referendum been accepted? was it a victory?

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German election! Has Angela Merkel won or lost?

Written by Umberto Belluzzo

So let’s talk about Germany and its recent elections. Has Angela Merkel won or lost?
Basically she won, she lost and then she won again
She won with numbers. In fact her party CDU (middle-right) gained about 33% votes so, basically 1/3 of every other vote. It is certainly the most popular choice and an enormous victory.

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What is Daca and Who are the dreamers? Simple explanation

Written by Umberto Belluzzo

In these past years, million and millions of foreign immigrants have entered the U.S. Most of which originate from South America. A big number (altough not all of course) of these immigrants have brought their children with them. These children have grown up in the states, they’ve studied in an American school, they have eaten American food, they have grown and have started to work earned money and are now paying taxes. This means they have become American people but however these people are not considered citizens, these people are called “dreamers”.

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